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Many people expressed concern over moves to restore the death penalty.
There's a lot of public concern about modern farming methods.
There is some concern that the country may slide into civil war.
Many people have voiced concern over the proposed changes in the law.
Doctors said her condition was causing concern.
There is growing concern about the safety of mobile phones.
The issue of alcohol-related crime is becoming a matter of great concern.
Landfill sites raise some important environmental concerns.
The trip was cancelled because of concerns about safety.
Many doctors have raised concerns about the drug.
The changes have raised deep concerns in the local community.
Eighteen percent of people said unemployment was their main concern.
My only concern is to find my daughter.
Our primary concern is to give our clients practical care.
His private life is no concern of ours.
This is the British English definition of concern. View American English definition of concern.
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