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Are

Pass the files to the concerned person

and

Pass the files to the person concerned

the same?

I was told the first one means "worried person."

marked as duplicate by Edwin Ashworth, Mitch, Araucaria, RaceYouAnytime, Dan Bron Oct 18 '17 at 19:18

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Yes, you were told right as you can see in the examples below:

http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/concerned

1 worried about something

Concerned parents held a meeting to discuss the issue.

2 [NEVER BEFORE NOUN] involved in something, or affected by something

I suggest you have a quick word with the person concerned. It was a difficult time for all concerned (=for everyone who was involved).

They are definitely NOT the same.

  • Hello, Oyana. This is general reference (just doing easy research for someone_, and has been addressed before. – Edwin Ashworth Oct 17 '17 at 11:32

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