take care of sth/sb


take care of sth/sb
take care of sth/sb
to look after or protect something or someone: »

Take care of your home: it's your largest asset.

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People are doing this job to put food on the table and take care of their children.

to deal with or be responsible for something: »

He suggested she could help run the firm and take care of the finances.

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I'll take care of all the travel arrangements.

Main Entry: care

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • take care of sth — take care of sth/sb ► to look after or protect something or someone: »Take care of your home: it s your largest asset. »People are doing this job to put food on the table and take care of their children. ► to deal with or be responsible for… …   Financial and business terms

  • take care of sb — take care of sth/sb ► to look after or protect something or someone: »Take care of your home: it s your largest asset. »People are doing this job to put food on the table and take care of their children. ► to deal with or be responsible for… …   Financial and business terms

  • take care of somebody — take care of sb/sth/yourself idiom 1. to care for sb/sth/yourself; to be careful about sth • Who s taking care of the children while you re away? • She takes great care of her clothes. • He s old enough to take care of himself …   Useful english dictionary

  • take care of something — take care of sb/sth/yourself idiom 1. to care for sb/sth/yourself; to be careful about sth • Who s taking care of the children while you re away? • She takes great care of her clothes. • He s old enough to take care of himself …   Useful english dictionary

  • take care of yourself — take care of sb/sth/yourself idiom 1. to care for sb/sth/yourself; to be careful about sth • Who s taking care of the children while you re away? • She takes great care of her clothes. • He s old enough to take care of himself …   Useful english dictionary

  • take care that … to do something — take care (that…/to do sth) idiom to be careful • Take care (that) you don t drink too much! • Care should be taken to close the lid securely. Main entry: ↑careidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • care — UK US /keər/ noun [U] ► attention that is given to something or someone, so that they are looked after, protected, or dealt with in the right way: »There will be some mistakes no matter how much care goes into the first draft. take care over sth… …   Financial and business terms

  • take somebody under your wing — take sb under your ˈwing idiom to take care of and help sb who has less experience of sth than you Main entry: ↑wingidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • care — care1 W2S2 [keə US ker] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(looking after somebody)¦ 2 take care of somebody/something 3 take care 4¦(keeping something in good condition)¦ 5¦(carefulness)¦ 6 take care over/with something 7 in care 8¦(problem/worry)¦ 9 care of somebody …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • care — 1 verb (I, T) 1 OBJECTS/EVENTS to feel that something is important, so that you are interested in it, worried about it etc (+ about): The only thing he seems to care about is money. | care who/what/how etc: Don t you care what happens to them? |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English