Synonyms of concern in English:

concern

verb

  • 1 the report concerns events which took place immediately after the end of the war
    be about, deal with, cover, treat, have to do with; discuss, tell of, go into, examine, scrutinize, study, review, analyse; relate to, be connected with, pertain to, appertain to
    archaic regard
  • 2 that doesn't concern you, so it's best you don't know
    affect, be the business of, involve, be relevant to, apply to, pertain to, have a bearing on, bear on, impact on; be of importance to, be important to, interest, be of interest to
  • 3 I'm too busy to concern myself with your affairs
    involve oneself in, interest oneself in, take an interest in, be interested/involved in, take a hand in, busy oneself with, occupy oneself with, devote one's time to, bother oneself with, notice, take notice of
  • 4 the only thing that concerns me is that Tom might be upset
    worry, disturb, trouble, bother, perturb, unsettle, make anxious, distress, upset, agitate, cause disquiet to, disquiet
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  • 1 Katie's voice was full of concern
    anxiety, worry, disquiet, disquietude, apprehension, apprehensiveness, unease, uneasiness, perturbation, consternation, distress, agitation
    North American archaic worriment
    [Antonyms] serenity peace of mind
  • 2 part of his attraction is his true concern for others
    [Antonyms] indifference
  • 3 housing is the concern of the Housing Executive
    responsibility, business, affair, charge, duty, job, task, occupation; area of activity, area of interest, province, preserve, department, sphere; problem, worry, lookout
    informal pigeon, baby, bag, funeral, headache, bailiwick
  • 4 the question of how the mass media treats issues that are of concern to women
    interest, importance; be relevant to, have relevance for, have a bearing on, be applicable to
  • 5 public awareness of Aboriginal concerns
    affair, issue, matter, question, consideration
  • 6 a publishing concern
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