It sounds like conquering some battle only with the sound of ‘o’ differing in concur. And the meaning is also not conquering, but just agreeing with someone, which in one way can be a battle sometimes. It is a verb.
Its first usage dates back to 1375-1425 and is a late Middle English word. It has originated from Latin word concurrere, which means to run together or be in agreement.
Meanings of Concur:
1) To agree with someone in opinion
2) To work together in cooperation
3) Something occurring at the same time
Master’s tip to learn concur:
Concur can be learnt easily by associating it with the word occur. To associate concur and occur together we can say that A and B event occurred together/concurred with each other.
Sentence Examples for Concur:
1) I do not concur with you on this. (Verb)
2) I implore you to concur with this. (Verb)
3) The irate crowd protested concurringly. (Adverb)
4) One felon’s trial concurred with another’s trial. (Occurred together). (Verb)