Hay 2 definiciones de care en inglés:


Saltos de línea: care
Pronunciación: /kɛː


[mass noun]


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  • 1 [often with negative] Feel concern or interest; attach importance to something: they don’t care about human life [with clause]: I don’t care what she says
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    • It's not a great plot - a little cheesy, but enough for us to care about and stay interested in the film.
    • Either way, it would be in their best interest to care about you, the student, and respond.
    • It piqued my interest enough to care about where this story, and these characters, are going.
    be concerned, worry (oneself), trouble oneself, bother, mind; concern oneself with, be interested in, interest oneself in, trouble oneself with, have regard for, burden oneself with
    informal give a damn, give a hoot, give a rap, give a hang, give a tinker's curse/damn, give a monkey's, lose sleep over, get worked up
  • 1.1Feel affection or liking: you care very deeply for him
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    • And regardless of what happened with Jude, I know he cares about you and I can see that you care for him.
    • He who cares even for the sparrows will certainly care for us.
    • Though she doesn't care for her spot as to the Gaya throne, she cares deeply for her people.
    love, be fond of, feel affection for, cherish, hold dear, treasure, prize, adore, dote on, think the world of, worship, idolize, be devoted to; be in love with
  • 1.2 (care for/to do something) Like or be willing to do or have something: would you care for some tea?
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    • He had a keen interest in golf and indeed passed his vast knowledge of the game to anyone caring to listen.
    • And for anyone who cares to listen, BBC world have a Kazakh language service available.
    • These sections have been defending rights of minorities in abstract secular terms, without caring to examine whether the purpose of secularism i.e. equality of treatment by the State is being achieved.
    like, wish for, want, desire, prefer, fancy, have a fancy for, take a fancy to, feel like
    informal have a yen for
  • 2 (care for) Look after and provide for the needs of: he has numerous animals to care for
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    • It will provide volunteers for anyone caring for a child under five who is finding the going tough.
    • A drop-in centre will provide respite for youngsters caring for a sick parent or sibling.
    • But the report seems to overlook the security that being cared for by a grandparent provides.


care in the community

another term for community care.

care of

At the address of: write to me care of Ann
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  • If you are having similar problems do write to me care of Scotland on Sunday.
  • Eager suitors are invited to write Rowland care of her maximum security penitentiary.

I (or he, she, etc.) couldn't (North American informal also could) care less

informal Used to express complete indifference: he couldn’t care less about football [as adjective]: I started to get irritated by this couldn’t-care-less attitude
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  • Those on the right want more drilling and couldn't care less about conservation.
  • By saying nothing to you about your achievements, it can seem to you as if they couldn't care less.
  • It was good to be in a crowd of people who couldn't care less about blogging for part of the weekend.

for all you care (or he, she, etc. cares)

informal Used to indicate that someone feels no interest or concern: I could drown for all you care
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  • They could be wearing grass skirts for all you care.
  • It could all be done with elastic bands for all you care.
  • Then wear it with rubber shoes, for all he cares!

have a care

[often in imperative] dated Be cautious: ‘Have a care!’ she warned
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  • ‘I would advise you, dear sir, to have a care,’ she said through clenched teeth.
  • You look two ways at the same time, one eye upon your own valley, and the other at the terrace - but have a care!

take care

  • 1 [often in imperative] Be cautious; keep oneself safe: take care if you’re planning to go out tonight
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    • Our area has suffered recently from tragic accidents and our local Garda are appealing to all to drive with caution and take care.
    • Wellband cautions singletons to take care when buying cover.
    • And if you're still in your car, don't forget to take care, watch out for children and slow down to 40 km/h near schools.
  • 1.1Said to someone on leaving them: take care, see you soon
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    • Now you two have a safe trip and take care, come back soon.
    • ‘You take care now, young man, and watch after the others,’ said Ellie.
    • ‘Okay, take care,’ Roxanne called after her and watched as Sandara gave her a smile then grabbed her bag and practically raced out.
  • 2 [with infinitive] Make sure of doing something: he would take care to provide himself with an escape clause
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    • Religious leaders have an obligation to lead in the surest of ways, taking care not to disturb the faith of the ordinary believers.
    • Place in an oven and check every five minutes taking care not to allow the rhubarb to overcook.
    • This means the equine provider must inquire about the level of skill presented by the rider and take care not to provide a horse that is not manageable by someone of that skill level.

take care of

  • 2Deal with: he has the equipment to take care of my problem
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    • I decided since it was such an important deal I would take care of it for him.
    • Because the theater at the Stardust has the quality it does, that takes care of a great deal of my frustration right there.
    • A partnership manager takes care of all the fuss, all part-owners have to do is pay their money and roar on their acquisition on race-day.
    deal with, cope with, handle, manage, attend to, see to, take charge of, take in hand, sort out, tackle


Old English caru (noun), carian (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Old High German chara 'grief, lament', charon 'grieve', and Old Norse kǫr 'sickbed'.

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