something that interests you because it is important or affects you
"the safety of the ship is the captain's concern"
concern, care, fear(noun)
an anxious feeling
"care had aged him"; "they hushed it up out of fear of public reaction"
headache, business concern, fright, business organisation, aid, worry, tending, fearfulness, upkeep, business organization, veneration, precaution, forethought, caution, awe, reverence, care, charge, tutelage, guardianship, business, vexation, maintenance, attention, fear
a feeling of sympathy for someone or something
"She felt strong concern for those less fortunate"
concern, worry, headache, vexation(noun)
something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness
"New York traffic is a constant concern"; "it's a major worry"
headache, business concern, annoying, cephalalgia, business organisation, botheration, trouble, business organization, worry, chafe, head ache, care, irritation, business, vexation, annoyance, fear
business, concern, business concern, business organization, business organisation(verb)
a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it
"he bought his brother's business"; "a small mom-and-pop business"; "a racially integrated business concern"
headache, business concern, business sector, business organisation, business organization, line of work, business enterprise, worry, job, byplay, care, stage business, commercial enterprise, line, patronage, occupation, business, vexation, clientele, fear
refer, pertain, relate, concern, come to, bear on, touch, touch on, have-to doe with(verb)
be relevant to
"There were lots of questions referring to her talk"; "My remark pertained to your earlier comments"
adjoin, touch, resuscitate, equal, associate, doctor, have-to doe with, cite, rival, hit, consult, fix, pertain, appertain, continue, impact, mend, worry, link, refer, strike, meet, reach, repair, connect, bushel, stir, bring up, uphold, tinge, look up, affect, occupy, restore, name, relate, touch on, interrelate, preserve, tinct, bear on, partake, allude, bear upon, mention, colligate, contact, match, tie in, come to, advert, push, furbish up, denote, carry on, revive, extend to, interest, disturb, link up, tint
concern, interest, occupy, worry(verb)
be on the mind of
"I worry about the second Germanic consonant shift"
lodge in, invade, occupy, touch, engross, care, use up, matter to, have-to doe with, worry, touch on, absorb, engage, busy, fill, come to, relate, refer, reside, interest, take, pertain, bear on, vex
To be of importance to.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Anxiety is, according to its derivation, a choking disquiet, akin to anguish; anxiety is mental; anguish may be mental or physical; anguish is in regard to the known, anxiety in regard to the unknown; anguish is because of what has happened, anxiety because of what may happen. Anxiety refers to some future event, always suggesting hopeful possibility, and thus differing from apprehension, fear, dread, foreboding, terror, all of which may be quite despairing. In matters within our reach, anxiety always stirs the question whether something can not be done, and is thus a valuable spur to doing; in this respect it is allied to care. Foreboding, dread, etc., commonly incapacitate for all helpful thought or endeavor. Worry is a more petty, restless, and manifest anxiety; anxiety may be quiet and silent; worry is communicated to all around. Solicitude is a milder anxiety. Fretting or fretfulness is a weak complaining without thought of accomplishing or changing anything, but merely as a relief to one's own disquiet. Perplexity often involves anxiety, but may be quite free from it. A student may be perplexed regarding a translation, yet, if he has time enough, not at all anxious regarding it.
Anxiety for a friend's return; anxiety about, in regard to, or concerning the future.
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How to use concern in a sentence?
The lira has come under a bit of pressure but it hasn't done too badly, there's a concern that if tensions were to escalate significantly between Russia and Turkey we could see a sharper sell off.
There are still areas of significant concern in terms of freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, accountability.
The whole world is very nervous about hurricane time, there is a real concern - the government hasn't provided an energy system that is more secure.
It is a concern that we're going to be remanded and have to start this process all over again, time is of an essence when you are a child and sitting in a facility.
China is still a concern, and we're still not seeing top-line growth in a lot of the earnings releases that are coming through.
Translations for concern
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- грижа, обезпокоявам, засягам, загриженост, концерн, отнасям се до, интересBulgarian
- preocupació, preocupar, consternacióCatalan, Valencian
- znepokojovat, podnik, trápitCzech
- Betroffenheit, Besorgnis, Konzern, SorgeGerman
- preocupar, preocupación, referirse aSpanish
- asia, huolestuttaa, huoliFinnish
- inquiéter, inquiétude, toucher, concerner, soin, interesser, importance, préoccuperFrench
- bain do, bain leIrish
- suimScottish Gaelic
- דאגה, הדאיגHebrew
- impresa, preoccupare, interessare, turbare, concernere, inquietareItalian
- 心配事, 注意事項, 題目Japanese
- zich inlaten, onderneming, belang hechten aan, belangstelling, zorg, ongerust makenDutch
- uro, bekymring, angå, konsern, selskapNorwegian
- preocupação, preocupar, concernir, ter a ver comPortuguese
- preocupare, concern, frământare, îngrijora, preocupa, îngrijorare, întreprindereRomanian
- забота, волновать, концерн, беспокойство, занимать, беспокоить, касатьсяRussian
- shqetësim, shqetësojAlbanian
- oro, oroa, angå, bekymraSwedish
- şaşkınlık, özen, kaygı, endişe, cesaretsizlik, önyargı, ilgilendirmekTurkish
- làm cho lo ngạiVietnamese
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