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Definición de “care” en inglés


noun (PROTECTION)    /keər/ US  /ker/
B2 [U] the process of protecting someone or something and providing what that person or thing needs : The standard of care at our local hospital is excellent . Mira's going to be very weak for a long time after the operation , so she'll need a lot of care. Nurseries are responsible for the children in their care.Protection and protectorsEnvironmental issuesTreating and caring for people [U] used as a combining form : skincare/ healthcare / childcare Treating and caring for peopleProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issues take care of sb/sth B1 to protect someone or something and provide the things that that person or thing needs : Take good care of that girl of yours, Patrick - she's very special . Don't worry about me, I can take care of myself (= I do not need anyone else to protect me).Treating and caring for people in care (also take/put into care) UK Children who are in care or who have been taken/put into care are not living with their natural parents but instead with a national or local government organization or another family : Both children were taken into care when their parents died .Social services and sanitation care in the community UK a system in which people with mental illness or reduced mental ability are allowed to continue living in their own homes , with treatment and help , and are not kept in hospital Treating and caring for people
(Definition of care noun (PROTECTION) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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