concur with, concur in

After the verb concur, use the preposition with to introduce the name of the person or thing the subject is in agreement with.

  • Mr. Howard concurs with you.
  • The board concurs with your analysis of the situation.

The preposition in can be used to introduce the area of agreement.

  • Paleontologists concur with each other in this interpretation of the data.
  • The members concur in supporting Ron’s nomination.

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