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Turkish translation of “care”

care

noun
 
 
/keər/
PROTECTION [U] B2 the process of looking after something or someone, especially someone who is young, old, or ill
bakma, ilgilenme, bakım, ilgi (genç, yaşlı, hasta)
skin/hair care A small baby requires constant care.Protection and protectorsEnvironmental issuesTreating and caring for people
ATTENTION [U] B1 If you do something with care, you give a lot of attention to it so that you do not make a mistake or damage anything.
dikkat, ihtimam, özen
She planned the trip with great care. Fragile - please handle with care.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
take care to give a lot of attention to what you are doing so that you do not have an accident or make a mistake
özen göstermek, ihtimam göstermek
The roads are very icy so take care when you drive home.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
Take care! informal A2 used when saying goodbye to someone
Kendine iyi bak!
See you soon, Bob - take care!Welcoming, greeting and greetings
WORRY [C] a feeling of worry
endişe, kaygı
He was sixteen years old and didn't have a care in the world (= had no worries).Anxiety and worry - general wordsFear and phobias
in care UK Children who are in care are looked after by government organizations because their parents cannot look after them.
gözetim/bakım altında, himayesinde
She was put/taken into care at the age of twelve.Social services and sanitation
take care of sb/sth B1 to look after someone or something
bakmak, ilgilenmek, ihtimam etmek
My parents are going to take care of the house while we're away.Treating and caring for people
take care of sth/doing sth to be responsible for dealing with something
bir şey den sorumlu olmak, bir şeyi yapmaktan sorumlu olmak
I did the cooking while Guy took care of the washing up. → See also intensive careDuty, obligation and responsibility
(Definition of care noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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