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Translation of concurrir in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 1.1 (asistir, acudir) See examples:concurrir a algo
    to attend something
    los que no concurran al acto
    those who do not attend the ceremony
    un numeroso público concurrió a la inauguración de la galería
    a large number of people attended the opening of the gallery
    1.2 (tomar parte)concurrir a algoconcurre como candidato conservador a las próximas elecciones
    he is running (inglés norteamericano) o (inglés británico) standing as a conservative candidate in the forthcoming elections
    todos los partidos que concurren a los comicios
    all the parties taking part in o fighting the election
    50 novelas concurren al Premio Júpiter
    50 novels are in the running for the Jupiter Prize
Example sentences
  • Concurrir a las reuniones del Tribunal sean ordinarias o extraordinarias.
  • Todo acusador concurrirá personalmente ante el juez para ratificar su acusación.
  • Se concurre a elecciones en condiciones desiguales.

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