Definition To take care of

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Definition

to take care of (a problem): to deal with, to manage, to address (a problem)
verb
I'll take care of your clients while you're on vacation. Don't worry! I'll attend to all their needs.

Take care!: Be careful!; Goodbye!
idiom
Take care of yourself. Look after yourself, be careful.

Take care (to avoid the motorway): Be careful (to avoid the motorway), make sure that you (avoid the motorway)
idiom

(Susie) can take care of herself: (Susie) is capable of defending herself
idiom
Pronunciation examples
UK: Who will take care of me when I'm old and grey?
US: Take care to avoid the freeway at this hour - there's bound to be traffic.

Examples

  • "Leave me, and take care of your mother."
  • "She said if I could take care of the dog, she would consider getting back together with me."
  • "Who's taking care of Mummy?"
  • "Tinkerbell can take care of herself."
  • "Mrs Lee : They are all well taken care of."
  • "Because if one of you will take care of this dog, I will pay you."
  • "Don't worry Mr. Perfume man, I take care of everything."
  • "I'll take care of this."
  • "ChinaCorp will definitely be able to take care of the production requirements you mentioned."
  • "I'll take care of everything."

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