intransitive verb | \ kən-ˈkər \ | con·cur
: to happen at the same time
: to express agreement he shall have power…to make treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur —U.S. Constitution art. II specifically : to join in an appellate decision — compare dissent : to join in an appellate decision — compare dissent
Note: A judge or justice may concur with the decision of the court but not agree with the reasons set forth in the opinion. Often a separate opinion is written in such a case.