1 involved, responsible, interested, active; caring, solicitous:
The best governments are run by a concerned citizenry.
2 troubled, vexed, anxious, worried, distressed, uneasy, perturbed, bothered, upset, disturbed:
They were not at all concerned about the state of my health.
1 worried about sth
be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get, grow | remain
deeply, especially, extremely, genuinely, greatly, particularly, really, seriously, very | increasingly | a bit, a little, quite, rather, slightly, somewhat | (not) unduly
She was not unduly concerned by the prospect of managing on her own.
| naturally | rightly | simply
Doctors are concerned at the prospect of heart patients having to wait up to a year for surgery.
We are now deeply concerned for his safety.
2 interested in sth
especially, particularly, specifically | entirely, exclusively, solely | centrally, chiefly, essentially, largely, mainly, mostly, predominantly, primarily, principally
Mathematics is concerned essentially with understanding abstract concepts.
| closely, directly, intimately
Social anthropology is centrally concerned with the diversity of culture.
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