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    #1

    concern sb

    What we're planning doesn't concern you.
    Does it imply "Mind your own business, don't interfere in what we're planning" or something else?
    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: concern sb

    You got the meaning exactly.

    It's a pretty rude way to say it.

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