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    Concerned/Concern

    Comparing below sentences what is the correct meaning of 'concerned' in the first sentence.I found meaning for this word 'worried'

    1.Concerned employees are advised to report HR tomorrow morning at 8.00 AM

    2.My concern you will not refund if i give money.

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    Re: Concerned/Concern

    Quote Originally Posted by Kumar Nadimuthu View Post
    Comparing below sentences what is the correct meaning of 'concerned' in the first sentence.I found meaning for this word 'worried'

    1.Concerned employees are advised to report HR tomorrow morning at 8.00 AM

    2.My concern is, if I give you money you will not repay it.
    In #1 "concerned" means people who are affected by whatever is being referrred to.

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    Re: Concerned/Concern

    Report to HR

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    Re: Concerned/Concern

    Kumar, there is no need to write a new post just to say "Thank you". It makes us think there is new information or a follow-up question and we spend time opening the thread. Simply click on the "Thank" button at the bottom left-hand corner of any post you find helpful.

    It saves everybody's time.

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