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Translation of "concern" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

concern

verb (INVOLVE) 涉及     /kənˈsɜːn/ US  /-ˈsɝːn/
[T] to be important to someone or to involve someone directly 對(某人)很重要;與(某人)相關;涉及,關係到(某人) Matters of pollution and the environment concern us all. 污染和環境的問題與我們所有人都息息相關。 What I have to say to Amy doesn't concern you. 我要跟埃米說的事與你無關。 Linking and relatingRegarding and concerningIncluding and containingComprising and consisting of [T] formal If a story, film or article concerns a particular subject, person, etc., it is about that person or subject (故事、電影或文章)涉及,是關於…的 The film concerns a woman who goes to China as a missionary. 電影講述的是一位去中國傳教的女子的故事。 Regarding and concerningLinking and relating concern yourself to become involved with something, or worried about something 關心;關注;擔心 There's no need for you to concern yourself with what happened. 你不用操心發生了甚麼事情。 Don't concern yourself. She'll be home soon. 別擔心,她很快就會回家的。 Anxious and worriedTaking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will To whom it may concern something you write at the start of a formal letter or notice when you do not know exactly who it should be sent to 敬啟者 Written greetingsLetters, notes and cards
(Definition of concern verb (INVOLVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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