- to agree
Conjugation of “concordar”
- (transitive with com) to agree with (to have the same opinion as)
- Eu concordo com a Julia.
- I agree with Julia.
- (transitive with com) to agree with (to be in favour of a given practice)
- Eu não concordo com a queima dos livros.
- I don’t agree with the burning of the books.
- (grammar, intransitive, or transitive with com) to agree with (to have the same number, gender, tense or another category as another word)
- Na oração “os mulheres”, o artigo concorda com o substantivo em número mas não em género.
- In the clause “os mulheres”, the article agrees with the noun in number but not in gender.
- (intransitive) to agree with one another (to all have the same opinion)
- Os médicos concordam: fumar é perigoso.
- Doctors agree: smoking is dangerous.
- (transitive or ditransitive, with the indirect object taking com or a) to make something be in agreement or accordance with another
- A igreja precisa concordar seus dogmas com a realidade moderna.
- The church needs to accord its dogmas with modern reality.
Conjugation of the Portuguese -ar verb concordar
- to agree
- Rule: o becomes a ue in stressed syllables.