concerned about (someone or something)

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concerned about (someone or something)

Worried about someone or something. I'm getting concerned about the dog because he hasn't eaten all day. I'm sure everything is fine—try not to be so concerned about it.
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Instead of having the greater good of the country in mind, these people are only concerned about one thing: staying in power.
BEDWORTH United's midweek friendly on the 3G pitch at Sutton Coldfield Town ended in a 3-2 defeat but manager Steve Farmer was more concerned about one or two injuries to his players.
"There are many parents who are more concerned about one thing rather than another, like sex scenes."
However, being concerned about one's reputation and taking action to recreate, maintain or build a company's identity are very different things indeed.
She is particularly concerned about one organization which purports to help refugees, but suggested she lie about her nationality and, she feels, discriminated against her because of her religion.
Your article is so important that I shared it with a colleague at Harbor Regional Center here in the Los Angeles area because we had been concerned about one little toddler and had been speculating along these lines.
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