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concern

noun (IMPORTANT TO) 关切     /kənˈsɜːn/ US  /-ˈsɝːn/
[C or U] something that is important to you, or when something is important 重要的事;关心的事,关切的事;关心,关切 [+ to infinitive] His concern to appear sophisticated amused everyone. 他一心要显得老练,让大家觉得很好笑。 The company's sole concern is to ensure the safety of its employees. 公司唯一关注的是要确保其员工的安全。 There's a matter of some concern that I have to discuss with you. 我有件重要的事得跟你商量。 Anxiety and worry - general wordsFear and phobias
[C or U] something that involves or affects you or is important to you 关切的事;关心的事;有利害关系的事 What were the major concerns of the writers from this period? 这一时期作家们主要关注的是什么? I don't want to hear about it - it's no concern of mine! 我不想听那事——它与我无关! "What's happening?" "That's none of/not any of your concern." “发生什么事了?”“不关你的事。” Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
be of concern
to be important 很重要;有重大影响 The results of the election are of concern to us all. 选举的结果对我们所有人都有重大影响。 Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
(Definition of concern noun (IMPORTANT TO) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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