Definition of 'concerning'
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Example sentences containing 'concerning'
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I think we can safely say now that Oliver Vail is wanted for questioning concerning the unlawful killing of his mother. WIDOW'S END (1989)I wanted to meet with you concerning a letter you wrote your father. CORMORANT (1989)There would be a workshop going on shortly in the barn, concerning non-violent civil disobedience. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS (1989)
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Translations for 'concerning'
British English: concerning /kənˈsɜːnɪŋ/ PREPOSITION
You use concerning to show what a piece of information is about.
Contact the teacher for more information concerning the class.
- American English: concerning
- Arabic: مُخْتَصّ ب
- Brazilian Portuguese: a respeito de
- Chinese: 有关
- Croatian: što se tiče
- Czech: ohledně
- Danish: vedrørende
- Dutch: in verband met
- European Spanish: con respecto a
- Finnish: koskien jotakin
- French: à propos de
- German: hinsichtlich
- Greek: σχετικά με
- Italian: riguardante
- Japanese: ･･･に関して
- Korean: ...에 관하여
- Norwegian: angående
- Polish: odnośnie
- European Portuguese: a respeito de
- Romanian: privind
- Russian: относительно
- Spanish: con respecto a
- Swedish: angående
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับ
- Turkish: ilgili
- Ukrainian: приймаючи до уваги
- Vietnamese: liên quan đến
Definition of concerning from the Collins English Dictionary
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