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(someone or something) The state of supervising, protecting, and maintaining the health and welfare of
“Carrie's adopted parents fought for her care because they felt that her birth mother's behavior was too erratic.”
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The process or act of looking after and making decisions about something
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“Since the brand was under the care of another flagship store, it unfortunately also had to close its doors to the public.”
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Complete and focused attention, usually to avoid the risk of hurt or damage
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“The next phase of the recipe will require you to exercise extreme precision and care due to the fragile nature of the ingredients.”
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Judiciousness in the manner in which one thinks before acting or speaking
“Take your time and choose with care, as you will only get one chance.”
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(count noun) A feeling of worry or anxiety
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“I don't have a care in the world about his opinions to be honest.”
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A humanitarian treatment or consideration for others
“She had dedicated her life and efforts to the care of those who are less fortunate in the world.”
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(of a thing) An activity or series of activities performed to keep something functioning or looking as new as possible
“Johnny had no sense of what shoe care was, and consequently, all his footwear were dirty and torn.”
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The quality of being industrious
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The property of being thrifty
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The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate
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A proficiency or well-balanced ability
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The state or quality of being tactful
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A gentle feeling of fondness or liking
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The act of providing someone in need of assistance with aid
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The state of being precise or exact
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Medical care given to a patient for an illness or injury
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The treatment and instruction received by a child from its parents throughout its childhood
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Close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal
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Effort or exertion made to do something, especially when inconvenient
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Attention to neatness
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Self-help
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Financial or practical assistance given to those in special need or difficulty
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The act, practice, or occupation of supervising and taking care of young children
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A duty or responsibility, especially one that requires some effort or trouble to carry out
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The state of having, owning, or controlling something
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Slow and careful movement or thought
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The underlying intentions or motives of a particular person or group
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Hardship or suffering experienced in the pursuit of a goal
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A subject or matter that engrosses someone
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A medicinal substance applied to the skin
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(care for) To look after
“Geraldine had made a promise to care for her sister's children in the event that anything happened to her.”
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(care for) To manage or be in charge of
“Because of his old age, his son had to care for his vast amount of wealth accumulated over many years of scrupulous saving.”
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(clausal, followed by for or about) To place an emphasis of concern, interest or importance on someone or something
“If you think I care for your nonsense, then you may be unfamiliar with sarcasm.”
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(formal) To want or consider
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Care for another bottle of wine?”
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To object to
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To make a living for the benefit of others
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Have a soft spot for
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Act as a minister of religion
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