- The definition of concurrent is things that are happening at the same time.
An example of concurrent are two TV shows that are both on at 9:00.
concurrent definition by Webster's New World
- occurring at the same time; existing together
- meeting in or going toward the same point; converging
- acting together; cooperating
- in agreement; harmonious
- exercised equally over the same area: concurrent jurisdiction
Origin: Middle English ; from Classical Latin concurrens: present participle of concurrere, concur
- concurrently adverb
concurrent definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Happening at the same time as something else. See Synonyms at contemporary.
- Operating or acting in conjunction with another.
- Meeting or tending to meet at the same point; convergent.
- Being in accordance; harmonious.
Origin: Middle English, from Latin concurrēns, concurrent-, present participle of concurrere, to coincide; see concur.
- con·curˈrent noun
- con·curˈrent·ly adverb
concurrent - Computer Definition
At the same time. It implies that multiple processes are taking place simultaneously. See concurrent operation.
concurrent - Legal Definition
- Existing or occurring at the same time.
- Cooperating; coordinated; united in purpose, action, or application.
- Simultaneously having authority or jurisdiction over the same legal action, dispute, or matter.