concern

All Noun Verb
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  • The local fire service were also concerned about access in the event of a fire.
  • Many of his songs are concerned with the conditions faced by these working class people.
  • Each built on the ideas of those before concerning what those principles might be.
  • Another difference concerns the movement of the centre of mass of the body.
  • His films were concerned with personal or social issues of special concern to him.
  • His films were concerned with personal or social issues of special concern to him.
  • Both sides were concerned that a civil war would leave the country open to foreign invasion.
  • The corporation is concerned that the rate of interest may be much higher in six months.
  • However, it turns toward concerns of language more than her previous works.
  • Some of these were concerned with the rights of the population in the agricultural areas.
  • Rights about particular issues, or the rights of particular groups, are often areas of special concern.
  • This caused his work to be more concerned with particular problems rather than general situations.
  • It claimed that such issues were the concern of the people involved, and no one else.
  • As a water-bound nation much of the security concerns lie at sea.
  • Both brought historical concerns directly to bear on problems long associated with the philosophy of science.
  • That is, it is concerned with setting the rules of the trade policy games.
  • For example there could be environmental or social concerns as well as economic goals.
  • They were particularly concerned about people whose death occurred as a result of medical errors.
  • The first industrial concerns were set up in the early years of the 20th century.
  • While concern has been raised about mobile phone use the evidence is not clear.
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Meaning of concern

  • noun Something that interests you because it is important or affects you
    the safety of the ship is the captain's concern
  • noun An anxious feeling
    care had aged him, they hushed it up out of fear of public reaction
  • noun A feeling of sympathy for someone or something
    She felt strong concern for those less fortunate
  • noun Something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness
    New York traffic is a constant concern, it's a major worry
  • verb Be on the mind of
    I worry about the second Germanic consonant shift