unconcerned


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un·con·cerned

 (ŭn′kən-sûrnd′)
adj.
1. Not interested; indifferent: a practical thinker unconcerned with abstract questions.
2. Not anxious or apprehensive; unworried: The foolhardy sailor was unconcerned about the oncoming storm.

un′con·cern′ed·ly (-sûr′nĭd-lē) adv.
un′con·cern′ed·ness n.

unconcerned

(ˌʌnkənˈsɜːnd)
adj
1. lacking in concern or involvement
2. not worried; untroubled
unconcernedly adv
ˌunconˈcernedness n

un•con•cerned

(ˌʌn kənˈsɜrnd)

adj.
1. not involved or interested; disinterested.
2. not caring; unworried; free from solicitude or anxiety.
[1625–35]
un•con•cern•ed•ly (ˌʌn kənˈsɜr nɪd li) adv.
un`con•cern′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconcerned - lacking in interest or care or feelingunconcerned - lacking in interest or care or feeling; "the average American...is unconcerned that his or her plight is the result of a complex of personal and economic and governmental actions...beyond the normal citizen's comprehension and control"; "blithely unconcerned about his friend's plight"
careless - marked by lack of attention or consideration or forethought or thoroughness; not careful; "careless about her clothes"; "forgotten by some careless person"; "a careless housekeeper"; "careless proofreading"; "it was a careless mistake"; "hurt by a careless remark"
untroubled - not beset by troubles or disturbance or distress; "seemed untroubled by doubts of any kind"; "untroubled sleep"; "a kind untroubled face"
concerned - feeling or showing worry or solicitude; "concerned parents of youthful offenders"; "was concerned about the future"; "we feel concerned about accomplishing the task at hand"; "greatly concerned not to disappoint a small child"
2.unconcerned - easy in mindunconcerned - easy in mind; not worried; "the prisoner seems entirely unconcerned as to the outcome of the examination"
untroubled - not beset by troubles or disturbance or distress; "seemed untroubled by doubts of any kind"; "untroubled sleep"; "a kind untroubled face"
3.unconcerned - not occupied or engaged withunconcerned - not occupied or engaged with; "readers unconcerned with style"
uninvolved - not involved; "being uninvolved he remained objective"

unconcerned

adjective untroubled, relaxed, unperturbed, nonchalant, easy, careless, not bothered, serene, callous, carefree, unruffled, blithe, insouciant, unworried, not giving a toss (informal) Paul was unconcerned about what he had done.
untroubled concerned, worried, anxious, distressed, uneasy, agitated, perturbed

unconcerned

adjective
2. Lacking interest in one's surroundings or worldly affairs:
4. Showing no concern, attention, or regard:
Translations
غَيْر مُهْتَم
lhostejný
ligeglad
piittaamatonvälinpitämätön
áhugalaus
ilgisizkayıtsız

unconcerned

[ˈʌnkənˈsɜːnd] ADJ (= unworried) → despreocupado; (= indifferent) → indiferente, despreocupado
to be unconcerned about sthno inquietarse or preocuparse por algo, mostrarse indiferente a algo

unconcerned

[ˌʌnkənˈsɜːrnd] adj (= unworried) → sans inquiétude, serein(e)
to be unconcerned → ne pas s'inquiéter, être serein(e)
to be unconcerned about sth → ne pas s'inquiéter pour qch, ne pas se soucier de qch
to be unconcerned by sth → ne pas s'inquiéter pour qch, ne pas se soucier de qch

unconcerned

adj
(= unworried)unbekümmert; (= indifferent)gleichgültig; to be unconcerned about somethingsich nicht um etw kümmern; how could he be so unconcerned about her safety/the problem?wie konnte ihm ihre Sicherheit/das Problem so egal or gleichgültig sein?; I was not unconcerned about your safetyich habe mir Sorgen um deine Sicherheit gemacht; to be unconcerned by something, to be unconcerned at somethingvon etw unberührt sein
(= not involved)unbeteiligt (→ in an +dat)

unconcerned

[ˌʌnkənˈsɜːnd] adj (unworried) → tranquillo/a
to be unconcerned about → non darsi pensiero di, non preoccuparsi di or per

unconcern

(ankənˈsəːn) noun
lack of interest or anxiety. He received the news of his failure with apparent unconcern.
ˌunconˈcerned adjective
ˈunconˌcernedly (-nid-) adverb
References in classic literature ?
Courageous, unconcerned, scornful, coercive--so wisdom wisheth us; she is a woman, and ever loveth only a warrior.
Mistress of deceit, however, she appeared perfectly unconcerned, and after chatting on indifferent subjects for a short time, said to me, "I find from Wilson that we are going to lose Mr.
Sir Walter made no objection, and Elizabeth did nothing worse than look cold and unconcerned. Captain Wentworth, with five-and-twenty thousand pounds, and as high in his profession as merit and activity could place him, was no longer nobody.
An impartial spectator, who had met them on the way, would, on viewing their several countenances, have concluded Sophia alone to have been the object of compassion: for as to Jones, he exulted in having probably saved the life of the young lady, at the price only of a broken bone; and Mr Western, though he was not unconcerned at the accident which had befallen Jones, was, however, delighted in a much higher degree with the fortunate escape of his daughter.
It sat on the back of an express wagon and they were on the seat as unconcerned as anything.
Having settled this point to the perfect satisfaction of all parties, concerned and unconcerned, we sat down round the fire in the ladies' cabin - just to try the effect.
However, all being silent again, and they not knowing what the matter was, came on unconcerned, till they came to the place where their companions lay in a condition miserable enough.
Bennet, "looking as unconcerned as may be, and caring no more for us than if we were at York, provided she can have her own way.
It is a moving sight this, of so many men of the earth, earthy, who never cared anything for a ship, trampling unconcerned, brutal and hob-nailed upon her helpless body.
This would have been no serious hindrance on a week-day; they would have clicked through it in their high patterns and boots quite unconcerned; but on this day of vanity, this Sun's-day, when flesh went forth to coquet with flesh while hypocritically affecting business with spiritual things; on this occasion for wearing their white stockings and thin shoes, and their pink, white, and lilac gowns, on which every mud spot would be visible, the pool was an awkward impediment.
"I wasn't quite sure if you expected me," I said, trying to seem unconcerned.
The king, at the first glance, perceived the change in a countenance generally so unconcerned. "What is the matter, D'Artagnan?" said he.