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take care (of yourself)

infmlgoodbye: "See you next ​month." "Yeah, take ​care." Note: Usually said as part of ending a conversation.
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take care (of yourself)

A2 used when saying ​goodbye to someone: "Bye, Melissa." "Goodbye Rozzie, take care."
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Translations of “take care (of yourself)”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于告别时)保重…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於告別時)保重…
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