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German translation of “concern”

concern

verb /kənˈsəːn/
to have to do with
betreffen
This order doesn’t concern us So far as I’m concerned, you can do what you like.
(with foror about) to make (usually oneself) uneasy
beunruhigen
Don’t concern yourself about her.
(with withor in) to interest (oneself) in
sich beschäftigen
He doesn’t concern himself with unimportant details.
concerning preposition about
betreffs
He wrote to me concerning a business arrangement.
(Definition of concern from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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