Definition of 'take care'
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He probably feels he owes it to his dad to take care of her. The Sun (2016)He fails to understand that nature takes care of itself and man is the real problem. The Sun (2016)Better to take care on the road to it than to have a road accident. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We're going to take care of it and do it next year with different partners. The Sun (2017)Once we got the goal we had to take care of the job and we didn't do that. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Either take the dog away or stand in front of her to show that you'll take care of her. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Not only does it benefit the person to have help from the dog, it benefits them to take care of it in return. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I've always taken care of my skin. The Sun (2017)I'm going to take care of you. The Sun (2016)But she just says she can take care of herself. The Sun (2008)Once again the rental income takes care of the loan repayments. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Meanwhile we must take care to preserve the many other ancient bridges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Management must also take care to remain neutral as regards rival unions. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)Clubs can rest assured that the players are best taken care of. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now we take care of ourselves. The Sun (2008)A shortage of nurses meant his housekeeper had to take care of him. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We take care of people from other countries; why can we not help the people who were born here? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Showing that you take care of yourself also suggests to listeners you're special enough to be worth the effort. BE YOUR BEST: How Anyone can become Fit, Healthy and Confident (2002)He says: 'I take care not to work long hours. The Sun (2008)They didn't take care - take care of things. A Plague of Angels (1993)She's fine and it's being taken care of. The Sun (2011)As long as England focus on the here and now, the future should take care of itself. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I only say, take care. North and South (1855)It is simple to make but, like all simple dishes, it pays to take care with the ingredients. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There have been preliminary talks so I am just looking to go out on the pitch and leave my agent to take care of that. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The kindly, long-suffering lady who has taken care of him for the last nine years has reached the end of her tether. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We will soon b paying banks 2 take care of ANY money we may have left. The Sun (2009)If I can find some consistent form, the rest takes care of itself. The Sun (2014)
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