Übersetzung von “care” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

care

noun care /kɛər/
uncountable the process of making sure sb or sth has what they need to be healthy
soin masculine

good/poor medical care
de bons soins médicaux / des soins médicaux médiocres

the care of the elderly/children
le soin aux personnes âgées/enfants

hair/skin care
soin du cuir chevelu
uncountable attention in order to avoid problems
attention feminine , précaution feminine

Take care not to break it.
Faites attention de ne pas le casser

Use this product with care.
Utilisez ce produit avec précaution.
countable =worry sth that worries you
souci masculine

She forgot all her cares.
Elle a oublié tous ses soucis.

without a care in the world
parfaitement insouciant/-ante
take care
spoken goodbye
à bientôt
take care of
to be responsible for protecting
prendre soin de

He takes care of my children when I'm at work.
Il prend soin de mes enfants quand je suis au travail.

His job is taking care of all the old books.
Son travail consiste à s'occuper de tous les livres anciens.
to deal with sth
se charger de

I'll take care of finding us a flight.
Je me chargerai de nous trouver un vol.
to be responsible for protecting
prendre soin de

He takes care of my children when I'm at work.
Il prend soin de mes enfants quand je suis au travail.

His job is taking care of all the old books.
Son travail consiste à s'occuper de tous les livres anciens.
to deal with sth
se charger de

I'll take care of finding us a flight.
Je me chargerai de nous trouver un vol.

care

verbcare /kɛər/
transitive-intransitive ( not in progressive ) to feel interested
s'intéresser à , se soucier de

Julie didn't care that she hadn't called him.
Julie se moquait qu'elle ne l'ait pas appelé.

Some people don't care about politics.
Certaines personnes ne s'intéressent pas à la politique.

The company cares deeply about its employees.
L'entreprise se soucie beaucoup de ses employés.
couldn't care less
informal indicates that sb does not care at all
informal se ficher (pas mal) , se moquer éperdument

You couldn't care less about my problems.
Tu te fiches pas mal / moques éperdument de mes problèmes.
for all sb cares
spoken indicates sb does not care
qqn n'en a que faire

I could be dead for all he cares.
Je pourrais être mort, il n'en aurait que faire.
who cares?
spoken indicates that you do not care
qu'est-ce que ça peut faire ?

I know he's mad, but who cares?
Je sais qu'il est fou mais qu'est-ce que ça peut faire ?
would you care for sth?
used to ask if sb would like to have sth
veux-tu / voulez-vous qqch ?

Would you care for more coffee?
Reprendrez-vous du café ?

care for

verb phrasal care for [ ˈkɛər ˌfɔr, fər ]
formal to take care of sb
prendre soin de

He's caring for his elderly grandmother.
Il prend soin de sa grand-mère âgée.
to like or love sb
aimer

Your uncle cares for you very much.
Ton oncle t'aime beaucoup.
not care for
politely indicates you do not like sth or sb
aimer

I don't care for blue cheese.
Je n'aime pas le bleu.

(Übersetzung von “care” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

care

noun /keə/

close attention

soin
Do it with care.

keeping; protection

sous la garde de
Your belongings will be safe in my care.

(a cause for) worry

souci
free from care
all the cares of the world.

treatment

soin
medical care
skin care.
careful adjective

taking care; being cautious

prudent
Be careful when you cross the street
a careful driver.

thorough

complet
a careful search.
carefully adverb

soigneusement
carefulness noun
careless adjective

not careful (enough)

négligé, négligent
This work is careless
a careless worker.
carelessly adverb

négligemment
carelessness noun

négligence
carefree adjective

light-hearted

insouciant
a carefree attitude.
care’giver noun

someone whose job is to look after a sick or disabled person

aide-soignant(e), garde malade
caretaker noun

a person who looks after a building etc.

concierge
careworn adjective

worn out by worry

rongé par les soucis
a careworn face.
care for

to look after (someone)

s’occuper de
The nurse will care for you.

to be fond of

aimer
I don’t care for him enough to marry him.
care of (usually written c/o)

at the house or address of.

aux soins de
take care

to be cautious, watchful, thorough etc

faire attention
Take care or you will fall!
take care of

to look after

prendre soin de
Their aunt took care of them when their parents died.

care

verb

to be willing (to)

vouloir (bien)
Would you care to have dinner with me?

(Übersetzung von “care” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)