What is another word for be concerned about?

Pronunciation: [biː kənsˈɜːnd ɐbˈa͡ʊt] (IPA)

What are the hypernyms for Be concerned about?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for be concerned about?

Antonyms for the word "be concerned about" can include phrases such as "be indifferent to," "be unconcerned about," or "be apathetic towards." These antonyms imply a lack of interest or care, and suggest a disconnection from the issue or situation at hand. Other antonyms might include "be calm about," "be relaxed about," or "be reassured about," indicating a sense of ease or comfort in the face of the subject in question. Depending on context, antonyms could also include phrases like "be hopeful about" or "be optimistic about," implying a positive outlook or attitude towards the circumstances at hand.

What are the antonyms for Be concerned about?

Famous quotes with Be concerned about

  • The Left Elite only pretend to be concerned about what's best for everyone else because it is the most effective way to manipulate you and your children into their abyss.
    Tammy Bruce
  • Now we maintain that we cannot be afford to be concerned about 6 percent of the children in this country, black children, who you allow to come into white schools. We have 94 percent who still live in shacks. We are going to be concerned about those 94 percent.
    Stokely Carmichael
  • I mean, all the ratings wars are silly. But, I mean, someone has to be concerned about the ratings because it means, you know, it translates into revenue.
    Connie Chung
  • We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there.
    Charles Kettering
  • The time has come when the whole world must be concerned about me. From now on, American Christianity must follow me.
    Sun Myung Moon

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