Cooperation, as of agents, circumstances, or events.(noun)
Simultaneous occurrence; coincidence.(noun)
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Use "concurrence" in a sentence
"The whole bill passed “in concurrence,” which I believe is a way to pass a bill without an actual vote count."
"I let him tell me in concurrence with the doctors, and then we go from there."
"The concurrence of both houses would be needed to pass either bill or both, and so such concurrence is at least partially needed for the vote in question."