concordant


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con·cor·dant

 (kən-kôr′dnt)
adj.
Harmonious; agreeing.

[Middle English concordaunt, from Old French concordant, from Latin concordāns, concordant-, present participle of concordāre, to agree, from concors, concord-, agreeing; see concord.]

con·cor′dant·ly adv.

concordant

(kənˈkɔːdənt)
adj
being in agreement: harmonious
conˈcordantly adv

con•cord•ant

(kɒnˈkɔr dnt, kən-)

adj.
agreeing; harmonious.
[1475–85; < Anglo-French, Middle French concordant. See concord]
con•cord′ant•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.concordant - in keepingconcordant - in keeping; "salaries agreeable with current trends"; "plans conformable with your wishes"; "expressed views concordant with his background"
consistent - (sometimes followed by `with') in agreement or consistent or reliable; "testimony consistent with the known facts"; "I have decided that the course of conduct which I am following is consistent with my sense of responsibility as president in time of war"- FDR
2.concordant - being of the same opinion
accordant - being in agreement or harmony; often followed by `with'; "a place perfectly accordant with man's nature"-Thomas Hardy
Translations
megegyezőösszhangban álló

concordant

[kənˈkɔːdənt] ADJconcordante

concordant

adj (form)übereinstimmend; to be concordant withentsprechen (+dat)

concordant

[kənˈkɔːdnt] adj (frm) → concordante
References in classic literature ?
You were to have universal concord, and were to get it by eliminating all the people who wouldn't, or conscientiously couldn't, be concordant. You were to love your brother as yourself, but after an indefinite interval of maligning him (very much as if you hated him), and calling him all manner of names.
The Acuitas Lighthouse data will be shown concordant to WGS but with a faster turnaround time suggesting that Acuitas AMR Gene Panel and Acuitas Lighthouse can be used as front-line tools in clinical settings for transmission and outbreak detection.
"The charges rest on a beam of concordant elements," Manteaux said, acknowledging that the case rests on circumstantial evidence since the doctor was not caught in the act.
The company will present the concordant results from the prior two trials, together with the plan for a confirmatory trial powered for the primary endpoint of reduction in GI bleeding.
Concordant sources in Khartoum said the South Sudanese general died after a heart attack on Monday.
to achieve this end, technical assistance must carry out work prior to lexpropiacin, such as the collection and verification of data, work included in all the phases that make up the lexpropiacin itself and regulated by the law of compulsory and concordant occupation, subsequent work , such as the preparation of the documentation for cadastral or registrar regularizations and complementary work to support claims processing.
The Alliance aims to achieve concordant and win-win development in food science and technology by boosting research activities among the higher institutions of the allied countries along the Silk Road.
In other words, it is possible to have different [KAPPA] values with the same percentage for both concordant and discordant cells!
During World War II and the Shoah, Ehrenburg's Germanophobia of both the "Kill [the German]!" variety and of the Black Book fame became a concordant expression of his Russianness, his Jewishness and his Sovietness.
"Nivolumab combined with ipilimumab had clinically meaningful intracranial efficacy, concordant with extracranial activity, in patients with melanoma who had untreated brain metastases," the authors write.
This means that the test results are consistent with lab testing values to deliver concordant results that clinicians can trust.
A conceptual model of comorbidity in diabetes suggests that concordant conditions (conditions that share care goals and/or pathophysiology with diabetes) improve diabetes care, and patients with more diabetes-concordant conditions have been shown to be more likely to achieve diabetes metrics (Piette and Kerr 2006; Magnan et al.