Planned or accomplished together; combined: We made a concerted effort to solve the problem. (adjective)
Music Arranged in parts for voices or instruments.(adjective)
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Use "concerted" in a sentence
"They wrote today to Bill Lan Lee, the assistant attorney general for civil rights, and asked him to conduct a federal investigation into what they call the concerted effort to undermine the right to vote -- Stephen."
"He said the move was staged by Democrats to avoid investigating what he called a concerted effort by Perdue to circumvent the laws so the campaign could hide flights offered by donors who had already exceeded the $4,000 maximum donation per election."
"HRW also decried what it called a concerted attack on the International Criminal Court"