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Spanish translation of “care”

care

noun /keə/
close attention
cuidado
Do it with care.
keeping; protection
cuidado
Your belongings will be safe in my care.
(a cause for) worry
preocupación
She felt free from all the cares of the world.
treatment
cuidado, tratamiento
medical care skin care.
careful adjective taking care; being cautious
cuidadoso
Be careful when you cross the street a careful driver.
thorough
minucioso
a careful search.
carefully adverb
cuidadosamente
She carefully carried the baby upstairs.
carefulness noun
cuidado
Filling in the application form requires extreme carefulness.
careless adjective not careful (enough)
descuidado, despreocupado
This work is careless a careless worker.
carelessly adverb
despreocupadamente
a carelessly written essay.
carelessness noun
despreocupación
The mistake was due to carelessness.
carer noun (British ) someone whose job is to look after a sick or disabled person; caregiver(American)
cuidador
carefree adjective light-hearted
despreocupado
He has a carefree attitude towards life.
care’giver noun (American ) someone whose job is to look after a sick or disabled person; carer(British)
cuidador
caretaker noun (British ) a person who looks after a building; janitor(American)
conserje, bedel
a school caretaker.
careworn adjective worn out by worry
preocupado, agobiado por problemas
a careworn face.
care for phrasal verb to look after (someone)
cuidar
The nurse will care for you.
to be fond of
querer
I don’t care for him enough to marry him.
care of (usually written c/o) at the house or address of.
a la atención de
take care to be cautious, watchful, thorough etc
tener cuidado
Take care or you’ll fall over!
take care of to look after
cuidar, estar al cuidado
Their aunt took care of them when their parents died.
(Definition of care from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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