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- (uncountable) Care is the act of helping someone, especially sick people, the very young or the very old.
- He decided not to seek health care from a hospitals.
- We take the kids to child care during the week.
- (uncountable) If you take care of someone, you watch them so that there is no trouble.
- You're going to need someone to take care of you when you get older.
- We'll be taking real good care of you. I promise.
- (uncountable) If you take care of a problem, you fix it or arrange it.
- Don's worry. Pearl and Edward will take care of things.
- We go in, do our job, and take care of what we need to take care of.
- (uncountable) You say "Take care!" when you are leaving somebody.
- That's it. All right. Jim, good to see you. Take care.
- (uncountable) You say "Take care!" when you want somebody to do something safely.
- Go slowly and take care not to touch anything.
- Care should be taken when holding eggs.
- (uncountable) Care is the act of keeping something in a good condition.
- I'm caring for the house while they're away.
- (countable) A Care is a worry, concern, or something that you think about often.
- I don't have a care in the world.
- (intransitive) If you don't care about something, you don't think about it often or have a concern for it; it doesn't matter.
- I don't care what happens to my car.
- (intransitive) If you care about something, you think it is important.
- He only cares about his car.
- (intransitive) If you care for somebody, look after
- Young children can learn to care for a pet.