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concur on (someone or something)

To agree on a particular person or idea. Have you two concurred on a recipient for the scholarship? We definitely concur on the fact that this town is the ideal place to raise our family.
See also: concur, on

concur on (someone or something) with (one)

To agree with one about a particular issue, idea, or person. Have you concurred on this with John yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I have concurred on the recipient of the scholarship with the rest of the committee.
See also: concur, on

concur with (one)

To agree with one (about a particular issue, idea, or person). Have you concurred with John yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I concur with you that this town is the ideal place to raise our family.
See also: concur

concur with (one) on (someone or something)

To agree with one about a particular issue, idea, or person. Have you concurred with John on this yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I have concurred with the rest of the committee on the recipient of the scholarship.
See also: concur, on
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concur on someone or something (with someone)

 and concur (on someone or something) with someone
to agree with someone about someone or something. I certainly do concur on this matter with all of you. I concur with you on Tom. We concurred with the committee on you as our choice for the job. We concurred on the plans with the council.
See also: concur, on
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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