French translation of look after
inseparable transitive verb
- (= take care of) [person]
⇒ I look after my little sister.
Je m'occupe de ma petite sœur.to look after o.s.
⇒ He's old enough to look after himself.
Il est assez grand pour se débrouiller tout seul.
⇒ Look after yourself!
Prends bien soin de toi !
- (= see to) [task]
⇒ You go on out. I'll look after the cooking.
Sors, je m'occupe de la cuisine.
⇒ We'll help you look after your finances.
Nous vous aiderons à mettre vos finances en ordre.
- (= watch over) [luggage etc]
Example Sentences Including 'look after'
But I'd be really grateful if you could look after Rudy when I'm not here.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
But Luke wants to go out, and he wants to try this, and at least Julie can look after him if she goes with him.GOING OUT (2002)
I'll do the accounts and I'll look after the shop, I shan't mind now, so it'll be fine.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
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'look after' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَعْتَنِي بِـ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cuidar
- Chinese: 照顾
- Croatian: paziti na
- Czech: pečovat o koho
- Danish: se efter
- Dutch: verzorgen
- European Spanish: cuidar asistir
- Finnish: huolehtia
- French: s’occuper de enfants
- German: kümmern (sich)
- Greek: περιποιούμαι
- Italian: occuparsi di
- Japanese: ･･･の世話をする
- Korean: 돌보다
- Norwegian: passe på
- Polish: zaopiekować się opiekować się
- Portuguese: cuidar
- Romanian: a avea grijă de
- Russian: заботиться
- Spanish: cuidar
- Swedish: se efter
- Thai: ดูแล
- Turkish: bakmak hasta
- Ukrainian: наглядати наглянути
- Vietnamese: chăm sóc
Translation of look after from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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