Definition of 'concerned'
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Pay campaigners remained concerned that workers would lose out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I became the concerned parent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was criticism in the media, but the England coaching staff were not too concerned as it seemed to centre on who should take corner kicks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now the whole regime makes people much more concerned about their superiors. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Ministers have become increasingly concerned about the extent of health tourism. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They were much less concerned about the conditions their servants had to bear. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The first is from a concerned neighbour. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They are more interested and concerned by what is happening now. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Where on earth does this leave the concerned citizen? Times, Sunday Times (2007)She becomes obsessively concerned with what other people think of her. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)They seem way more concerned with their work than us. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Are they really concerned about the people who make their stuff? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Locals are less concerned than you might suspect. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Police were called to the terrace house by concerned neighbours. The Sun (2007)They are either not interested or not concerned about it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Maybe the writers have become more concerned with the investigation. The Sun (2012)The police did not seem particularly concerned. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Anything concerned parents can do to help? Times, Sunday Times (2015)But conservation groups remain deeply concerned. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Rather than trying to ignore the views of concerned local people the minister should work with them to come up with solutions. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For this matter not to fester between the three clubs concerned, something needs to be done. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her tight-knit team have also become increasingly concerned about her public image. The Sun (2015)Each of these agencies was begun by one or more concerned citizens who felt that a specific health need was not being met by existing governmental agencies. An Introduction to Community Health (1995)It is the third successive day that this project has overrun, and this makes us deeply concerned about the delivery of the project. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He remains concerned, too, at the depth of cover at fly half. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'concerned'
British English: concerned /kənˈsɜːnd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are concerned about something, you are worried about it.
I've been concerned about you lately.
- American English: concerned
- Arabic: قَلِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: preocupado
- Chinese: 关心的
- Croatian: zabrinut
- Czech: znepokojený
- Danish: bekymret
- Dutch: bezorgd
- European Spanish: preocupado
- Finnish: asianomainen
- French: inquiet
- German: besorgt
- Greek: ανήσυχος
- Italian: preoccupato
- Japanese: 関係している
- Korean: 걱정하는
- Norwegian: bekymret
- Polish: zaniepokojony
- European Portuguese: preocupado
- Romanian: preocupat
- Russian: обеспокоенный
- Spanish: preocupado
- Swedish: bekymrad
- Thai: กังวล
- Turkish: ilgili
- Ukrainian: занепокоєний
- Vietnamese: lo lắng
Definition of concerned from the Collins English Dictionary
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