Definition of concurro
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Orthography ID = 1003328
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LEM
concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursus
-, -, concucurrī, -
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to run together, assemble, flock together
  2. to meet, dash together, clash, strike one another
  3. to come together in fight, engage in combat, join battle, fight
  4. to make haste, run for help
  5. [figuratively] to meet, concur, coincide, conspire, happen
Abbreviations
con-currō currī or cucurrī, cursus, ere, to run together, assemble, flock together: concurrunt librarii: licet concurrant omnes philosophi, unite: trepidae comites, V.: summā cum expectatione concurritur: undique ex agris, N.: mi obviam, T.: ad hos, Cs.: ad mortem: ad Perdiccam opprimendum, unite, N.: ad vocem, V.: in arcem, V.: concurritur undique ad incendium restinguendum: ex proximis castellis eo concursum est, Cs.

— To meet, dash together, clash, strike one another: ne prorae concurrerent, L.: concurrit dextera laevae, H.: aspere concurrunt litterae.

—To come together in fight, engage in combat, join battle, fight: equites inter se, Cs.: inter se in modum iustae pugnae, L.: inter sese paribus telis, V.: cum hoc, N.: centurio cum centurione concurrendum sibi esse sciebat, L.: adversus fessos, L.: in aliquem, S.: audet viris concurrere virgo, V.: comminus hosti, O.: cum infestis signis, S.: ex insidiis, attacks, L.: mihi soli, V.: utrimque magno clamore, S.: concurritur, the fight begins, H.: concurrentis belli minae, of the outbreak of war, Ta.

—To make haste, run for help: ad Aquilium.

—Fig., to meet, concur, coincide, conspire, happen: multa concurrunt simul, T.: saepe concurrunt aliquorum inter ipsos contentiones.
 
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