Synonyms of 'take care of something or someone'
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1 look afterDictionary, mind, watch
There was no-one else to take care of their children.
Could you mind the shop while I'm out, please?
Parents can't be expected to watch their children 24 hours a day.
He vowed to protect her all the days of her life.
For years he tended her in her illness.
All the years he was sick my mother had nursed him.
One of his jobs was supervising the dining room.
keep an eye on
take charge of
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If you say that someone can handle a problem or situation, you mean that they have the ability to deal with it successfully.
I don't know if I can handle the job.
If you say that you can manage an amount of time or money for something, you mean that you can afford to spend that time or money on it.
those who can only manage a few hours of work
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