Definition of 'caring'
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Example sentences containing 'caring'
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He was very caring and helpful to others. The Sun (2016)He was a caring, sensitive guy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All the reports show that we are a loving, caring and stable family. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your son still needs you to be a loving, caring dad, in for the long haul. The Sun (2016)The most competitive person you know is also the most caring. The Sun (2012)She was helpful and caring and you could have a laugh with her. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was my first time and he was very gentle and caring. The Sun (2010)She is the most caring person and we plan to marry this year. The Sun (2009)How do you build a caring society? The Sun (2012)He was a great athlete and a caring man. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Your confident and caring sides are in tune and you are ready to progress. The Sun (2011)You can still be a loving and caring father. The Sun (2013)She said that he was caring and helpful. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is a relationship based on caring. The Sun (2012)Being a genuinely caring person with good friends will. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They will also need caring support. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)She was very caring and gentle. The Sun (2013)They're both so sensitive and caring. The Sun (2013)He was a caring, loving husband and son and a devoted father. The Sun (2011)Size isn't what counts but being a caring sensitive lover does. The Sun (2010)That caring attitude is also reflected in the way the company treats its staff and its concern for the environment a little closer to home. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was a caring attitude, a consistency and integrity that showed in your grief when a daughter turned away for a time. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'caring'
British English: caring /ˈkɛərɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
A caring person is affectionate, helpful, and sympathetic.
...a loving, caring husband.
- American English: caring
- Arabic: مُهْتَمٌ بِالآخَرين
- Brazilian Portuguese: atencioso
- Chinese: 关心人的
- Croatian: pažljiv
- Czech: starostlivý
- Danish: omsorgsfuld
- Dutch: zorgzaam
- European Spanish: bondadoso amable
- Finnish: huolehtiva
- French: attentionné
- German: fürsorglich
- Greek: στοργικός
- Italian: premuroso
- Japanese: 思いやりのある
- Korean: 돌보는
- Norwegian: omsorgsfull
- Polish: troskliwy
- European Portuguese: atencioso
- Romanian: atent
- Russian: заботливый
- Spanish: bondadoso
- Swedish: som bryr (sig) om
- Thai: ที่ห่วงใยผู้อื่น
- Turkish: şefkatli
- Ukrainian: турботливий
- Vietnamese: chu đáo
Definition of caring from the Collins English Dictionary
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