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concerned

adjective     /kənˈsɜːnd/
WORRIED
B2 worried: [+ that] I am very concerned that class sizes seem to be growing. People are becoming more concerned about what they eat. →  Opposite unconcerned Anxious and worried
AFFECTED [never before noun]
involved in something or affected by it: A letter will be sent out to everyone concerned.Including and containingComprising and consisting of
as far as sb is concerned
B2 used to show what someone thinks about something: As far as our customers are concerned, price is the main consideration.Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
as far as sth is concerned
B2 used to tell someone what you are talking about: As far as college is concerned, everything is fine.Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
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