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concert (s) (noun), concerts (pl)
1. An event where an individual musician or a group of musicians; such as, a choir, band, or orchestra, that performs in front of an audience.
2. Harmony or accord; for example, in purpose or action: "We finally had a concert of agreement."
3. A combination of people or things in agreement or harmony.
4. Etymology: 1665, from French and Itatian concerto, "concert, harmony"; from concertare "bring into agreement," in Latin, "to contend, to contest"; from com-, "with" + certare, "to contend, to strive"; a form of certus, a variation of cernere, "to separate, to decide".
This entry is located in the following unit: cern-, cert-, cer-; cret-, creet-, cre- (page 2)
concert, consort, consort
concert (KAHN surt) (noun)
A performance of music or dancing that is typically intended for the public: Lana decided to buy a balcony ticket in order to attend the concert on the weekend.
consort (KAHN sort") (verb)
To maintain an association with an individual or group: Kenny was pleased when he realized that his daughter liked to consort with the musicians who often put on concerts in the park.

Rudy has indicated that he wants to consort with other writers.

consort (KAHN sort") (noun)
1. A spouse, typically thought of as regal: The Prince Consort often accompanied the queen during her travels.
2. A ship accompanying another in travel: As the oil ship was traveling through the dangerous piracy area, there was a consort which was prepared to protect the bigger one.

The queen and her consort decided to attend a concert in a foreign country to which they would travel by ship accompanied by a consort which carried all of their luggage.