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concern /kən'sə:n/
  • danh từ
    • (+ with) sự liên quan tới, sự dính líu tới
      • that has no concern with the question: cái đó không có liên quan tới vấn đề ấy cả
    • (+ in) lợi, lợi lộc; phần, cổ phần
      • to have no concern in an affair: không có lợi gì trong một việc nào
      • to have a concern in a business: có cổ phần trong một việc kinh doanh
    • việc, chuyện phải lo
      • it's no concern of mine: đó không phải là việc của tôi
    • sự lo lắng, sự lo âu, sự lo ngại; sự quan tâm
      • to be filled with concern: đầy lo ngại
      • to notice with deep concern that...: rất lo ngại, thấy rằng...
    • hãng buôn, xí nghiệp; công việc kinh doanh
    • (thông tục) cái, vật (gì)
      • the whole concern was smashed: tất cả cái đó bị đập tan
    • to give oneself no concern about
      • không biết gì đến, không quan tâm gì đến
  • ngoại động từ
    • liên quan, dính líu tới; nhúng vào
      • that doesn't concern you at all: việc đó không dính líu gì tới anh
      • don't concern yourself with other people's affairs: đừng có nhúng vào việc của người khác
      • I'm not concerned: không phải việc tôi
    • lo lắng, băn khoăn; quan tâm
      • please don't be concerned about me: đừng lo cho tôi
      • everybody was concerned at the news: mọi người đều lo lắng vì tin tức đó
    • as concerns
      • về việc, đối với
    • as far as I'm concerned
      • về phần tôi, đối với tôi
Concise Dictionary
concerns|concerned|concerningkən'sɜːn
noun
+something that interests you because it is important or affects you
+an anxious feeling
+a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it
+something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness
+a feeling of sympathy for someone or something
verb
+have to do with or be relevant to
+be on the mind of

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 refer or relate to, have relation or reference to, be about, pertain or appertain to, be pertinent or relevant to, regard, apply to, be connected or involved with, bear on, be germane to, be connected with, involve, apply to, touch (on):
The matter concerns your inheritance, Cosgrove.
2 affect, have (a) bearing or (an) influence on, involve, touch; interest, be of importance or interest to:
This war concerns us all.
3 worry, trouble, disturb, bother, perturb, unsettle, upset, distress:
He doesn't let anything concern him.
n.
4 business, affair, problem; responsibility, duty, charge, task, involvement, Colloq thing; Slang bag, shtick:
What she does is no concern of yours. The safety of the passengers is his concern.
5 interest, regard, consideration, care, thought, awareness, attention:
You should show more concern for those less fortunate than you.
6 anxiety, worry, solicitude, apprehension, distress, apprehensiveness, uneasiness, malaise, disquiet, disquietude:
It's only a cold, and no cause for concern.
7 business, firm, company, house, establishment, enterprise, organization:
The business is being sold as a going concern.
8 matter, affair, issue:
The preservation of wildlife is an international concern.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
affect / involve
1 [VN] [often passive] to affect sb; to involve sb: Don't interfere in what doesn't concern you. + The loss was a tragedy for all concerned (= all those affected by it). + Where our children's education is concerned, no compromise is acceptable. + The individuals concerned have some explaining to do. + To whom it may concern ... (= used for example, at the beginning of a public notice or of a job reference about sb's character and ability) + Everyone who was directly concerned in (= had some responsibility for) the incident has now resigned. + Please pay attention because this information concerns all of you.
be about
2 [VN] (also be concerned with sth) to be about sth: The story concerns the prince's efforts to rescue Pamina. + The book is primarily concerned with Soviet-American relations during the Cold War. + This chapter concerns itself with the historical background. + One major difference between these computers concerns the way in which they store information.
worry sb
3 to worry sb: [VN] What concerns me is our lack of preparation for the change. + [VN that] It concerns me that you no longer seem to care.
See also - CONCERNED
take an interest
4 [VN] ~ yourself with / about sth to take an interest in sth: He didn't concern himself with the details.
consider important
5 [VN to inf] (be concerned to do sth) (formal) to think it is important to do sth: She was concerned to write about situations that everybody could identify with.
Idioms see FAR adv.
+ noun
worry
1 [U, C] ~ (about / for / over sth/sb)
~ (that ...) a feeling of worry, especially one that is shared by many people: There is growing concern about violence on television. + She hasn't been seen for four days and there is concern for her safety. + The report expressed concern over continuing high unemployment. + There is widespread concern that new houses will be built on protected land. + Stress at work is a matter of concern to staff and management. + The President's health was giving serious cause for concern. + Don't hesitate to ask if you have any queries or concerns about this work. + In the meeting, voters raised concerns about health care.
Compare: UNCONCERN
desire to protect
2 [U] a desire to protect and help sb/sth: parents' concern for their children + I appreciate everyone's concern and help at this difficult time.
sth important
3 [C] something that is important to a person, an organization, etc: What are your main concerns as a writer? + The government's primary concern is to reduce crime.
responsibility
4 [C, usually sing.] (formal) something that is your responsibility or that you have a right to know about: This matter is their concern. + How much money I make is none of your concern.
company
5 [C] a company or business: a major publishing concern
Idioms see GOING adj.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 feeling of worry

ADJ.

considerable, deep, grave, great, major, serious | growing, mounting | common, widespread | national, public
public concern about increased taxes

VERB + CONCERN

feel
He felt some concern for her safety.
| express, show, voice | cause
The lack of firefighting equipment has caused concern.

PREP.

in sb's ~
She forgot her own worries in her concern for him.
| out of ~ | ~ about/over
She expressed her deep concern about conditions at the factory.
| ~ for
Out of concern for her health, we suggested she take a week off work.

PHRASES

be of (no) concern to sb
Increased use of drugs is of great concern to parents.
| (a) cause for concern
The president's health is giving serious cause for concern.
| a lack of concern
I was surprised by her lack of concern.
| a matter of concern
Stress at work is a matter of concern to staff and management.

2 sth that worries/affects you

ADJ.

chief, main, major, overriding, paramount, primary
What are your main concerns as a writer?
| common
a common concern for new parents

PHRASES

be none of sb's concern
How much we paid is none of your concern.

verb

1 affect/involve

ADV.

directly

PREP.

in
Everyone who was directly concerned in (= had some responsibility for)the incident has now resigned.

2 worry sb

ADV.

a lot, really
It really concerns me that he doesn't eat properly.
| slightly



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