V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary


noun, adjective

Definition: (n.) something that happens or exists together with or at the same time as something else; (adj.) happening at the same time as something else

Synonyms: (n.) accessory, associate, (adj.) associative, attendant, corollary, coexistent, joint, concurrent

Antonyms: (adj.) accidental, chance, unrelated

Tips: Concomitant can be used as a noun or an adjective. As a noun, concomitant denotes an event or situation that happens as a result of something.

Usage Examples:

There can be many concomitant medical disorders associated with excessive stress. (attendant, associated) adjective

Teachers have a concomitant role guiding children in social behavior, while teaching them. (associative, accessory) adjective

A healthy diet and an exercise plan should be concomitant in any effort to stay fit and healthy. (joint, coexistent) adjective

I couldn't play both soccer and volley ball because they were concomitant in the schedule. (concurrent) adjective

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