Synonyms of concern in English:

concern


See US English definition of concern

See UK English definition of concern

See Spanish definition of asunto

verb

1‘the report concerns events which took place immediately after the end of the war’

SYNONYMS
be about, deal with, cover, treat, have to do with
discuss, tell of, go into, examine, scrutinize, study, review, analyse
relate to, be connected with, pertain to, appertain to
archaic regard

2‘that doesn't concern you, so it's best you don't know’

SYNONYMS
affect, be the business of, involve, be relevant to, apply to, pertain to, have a bearing on, bear on, impact on
be of importance to, be important to, interest, be of interest to

3‘I'm too busy to concern myself with your affairs’

SYNONYMS
involve oneself in, interest oneself in, take an interest in, be interested in, be involved in, take a hand in, busy oneself with, occupy oneself with, devote one's time to, bother oneself with, notice, take notice of

4‘the only thing that concerns me is that Tom might be upset’

SYNONYMS
worry, disturb, trouble, bother, perturb, unsettle, make anxious, distress, upset, agitate, cause disquiet to, disquiet

noun

1‘Katie's voice was full of concern’

SYNONYMS
anxiety, worry, disquiet, disquietude, apprehension, apprehensiveness, unease, uneasiness, perturbation, consternation, distress, agitation
North American archaic worriment
ANTONYMS

serenity, peace of mind

2‘part of his attraction is his true concern for others’

SYNONYMS
solicitude, consideration, solicitousness, care, sympathy, thought, regard, caringness
archaic concernment
ANTONYMS

indifference

3‘housing is the concern of the Housing Executive’

SYNONYMS
responsibility, business, affair, charge, duty, job, task, occupation
area of activity, area of interest, province, preserve, department, sphere
problem, worry, lookout
informal pigeon, baby, bag, funeral, headache, bailiwick

4‘the question of how the mass media treats issues that are of concern to women’

SYNONYMS
interest, importance
be relevant to, have relevance for, have a bearing on, be applicable to

5‘public awareness of Aboriginal concerns’

SYNONYMS
affair, issue, matter, question, consideration

6‘a publishing concern’

SYNONYMS
company, business, firm, enterprise, venture, organization, operation, undertaking, industry, corporation, establishment, house, shop, office, bureau, agency, franchise, practice, partnership, consortium, cooperative, conglomerate, group, combine, syndicate
informal outfit, set-up