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To have made a living for the benefit of others
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To have dealt with a matter or issue
“I have a whole slew of errands that I need to take care of today.”
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To have covered an expense
“There are several outstanding bills I need to take care of.”
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To have provided assistance to someone or something
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Past tense for to look after or be responsible for someone, especially a child or infant
“We will need to find someone to take care of little Johnny for an hour or two while we're out of the house.”
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Past tense for to look after or be responsible for something
“You must take care of your health by following a proper diet and having an active lifestyle.”
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Past tense for to find a solution to
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“I will need to call a plumber to take care of the issue with the leaky tap.”
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Past tense for to take the life of
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“Jimmy Serrano would order his henchman to take care of his former accountant who had embezzled him.”
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Past tense for be in control of events or of other people's actions
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Past tense for to nurture and care for (someone or something) as they grow
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Past tense for to provide housing or accommodation for
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Past tense for act as a minister of religion
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Past tense for to perform a series of actions on something
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Past tense for to protect the state of someone or something
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Past tense for to overcome a difficult or challenging situation
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Past tense for succeed in killing, destroying, or defeating
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Past tense for to act on, or put into action, a request
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Past tense for to beat in a contest
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Past tense for to take care of without help
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Past tense for to address or apply oneself to a problem or issue
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(rare, usually used in simple past form "had") Past tense for to influence unscrupulously
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Past tense for make social acquaintance
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Past tense for to be obliging or show beneficence toward
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(usually in the negative) Past tense for to attend to or deal with
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Past tense for to achieve or complete successfully
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Past tense for to strike or hit repeatedly
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Past tense for to treat with great care, attention or indulgence
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Past tense for to destroy or ruin (completely)
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Past tense for to recompense or award someone in return for something done or given
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Past tense for to complete or fulfil
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Past tense for to reach a decision or agreement about
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(of an event or activity) Past tense for to make arrangements or preparations for
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