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Translation of "care" - English-Turkish dictionary

care

verb     /keər/
IMPORTANT [I, T]
B1 to think that something is important and to feel interested in it or worried about it ilgilenmek, ihtimam göstermek, gözetmek He cares deeply about the environment. [+ question word] I don't care how long it takes - just get the job done.ImportanceUseful or advantageous
LOVE [I]
B1 to love someone aşık olmak, sevmek Your parents are only doing this because they care about you. I knew that Amy still cared for me.Loving and in love
I/he, etc couldn't care less informal
used to emphasize that someone is not interested in or worried about something or someone aldırmam(z), umursamam(z), takmam(z); umurunda olmamak, vız gelmek [+ question word] I couldn't care less what people think.Bore and boredOf little or less importance
Who cares? informal
B2 used to emphasize that you do not think something is important Kim takar? Umurumda mı? Neden aldırayım ki? "Manchester United will be in the final if they win this match." "Who cares?"Of little or less importance
Would you care for sth/to do sth? formal
used to ask someone if they want something or want to do something ... ile ilgilenir misin? ...yapmaya ne dersin? ...düşünür müsün? ... bakar mısın, ilgilenir misin? Would you care for a drink? Would you care to join us for dinner?Polite expressions
(Definition of care verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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