to disagree with, to not concur
"the cowboys are a good football team."
"I disconcur, the Redskins are clearly better"
by rick gibbs November 25, 2003
to disagree in a very polite yet firm manor.
Bob, when it comes to your ideas on feeding gypsies to elephants I have to disconcur with you.
by Jo(h)n Allen April 10, 2008
to disagree; to not concur
Benny: Taco Bell is much better than Burger King
Eric: I disconcur. Burger King is a lot better.
by Marc November 22, 2003
Usually used to show disagreement but can also be used to show that you are dont care or do not want to listen.
1 : Boy - 2 + 2 = 5
Me - I Disconcur
2 : Boy - I watched Ali G last Nught
Me - I disconcur
Boy - What!?
by jay-beezy March 11, 2009

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