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concerned

adjective (INVOLVED) 牽涉到的     /kənˈsɜːnd/ US  /-ˈsɝːnd/
[after verb] involved in something or affected by it 有關的;牽涉到的 I'd like to thank everyone concerned for making the occasion run so smoothly. 我要感謝為本次活動順利進行而付出努力的所有相關人員。 It was quite a shock for all/everyone concerned. 與此有關的人都很震驚。 Her job is something concerned with computers. 她的工作跟電腦有關。 I'm not very good where money is concerned (= when dealing with money). 我不太會理財。 Including and containingComprising and consisting of
as far as sb is concerned
in a particular person's opinion 在(某人)看來,就(某人)而言 As far as I'm concerned, feng shui is a load of rubbish. 在我看來,有關風水的說法根本就是一派胡言。 Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
as far as sth is concerned
if we are discussing or thinking about a particular thing 就…而言 As far as unemployment's concerned, a change of government would be a good idea. 就失業問題而言,更換政府會是個好主意。 Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
be concerned with sth/sb
to be about a particular thing or person 是關於…的 Today's lesson is concerned with punctuation. 今天的課是關於標點符號的。 Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
(Definition of concerned adjective (INVOLVED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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