a performance given by a number of musicians
working together; agreement
"concert one's differences"
The foundations were laid for a closer concert between the two peoples in facing the problems of the world.
出自： W. S. Churchill
The insurrection seems not to have been judiciously concerted.
出自： C. Thirlwall
I hoped that the North Atlantic Treaty countries would concert their policies.
出自： D. Acheson
The inability of the sepoys to concert an attack with all their disparate forces.
出自： J. G. Farrell