take care of
phrasal to attend to or provide for the needs, operation, or treatment of

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • take care of — (someone/something) 1. to be responsible for someone or something. Our parents spent a lot of time taking care of us when we were young. My mother in law fell and could not take care of herself anymore. My wife takes care of paying the bills. 2.… …   New idioms dictionary

  • take care of — index assume (undertake), concern (care), conduct, control (regulate), cover (guard) …   Law dictionary

  • take care of — care for someone or something, look after    I ll take care of Taea while you go shopping. I ll stay with her …   English idioms

  • take care of — ► take care of 1) keep safe and provided for. 2) deal with. Main Entry: ↑care …   English terms dictionary

  • take care of — phrasal 1. a. : to attend to the needs, operation, or treatment of takes care of a ten room house without help is home taking care of a sick child each operator can take care of three machines family doctor who had been taking care of them for 20 …   Useful english dictionary

  • take care of — 1) to do the necessary things for someone who needs help or protection Who will take care of the children? 2) to treat something carefully so that it stays in good condition All the neighbours take very good care of their gardens. 3) to do what… …   English dictionary

  • take care of — {v. phr.} 1. To attend to; supply the needs of. * /She stayed home to take care of the baby./ Syn.: KEEP AN EYE ON(2), LOOK AFTER. Compare: IN CHARGE(2). 2. {informal} To deal with; do what is needed with. * /I will take care of that letter./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take care of — {v. phr.} 1. To attend to; supply the needs of. * /She stayed home to take care of the baby./ Syn.: KEEP AN EYE ON(2), LOOK AFTER. Compare: IN CHARGE(2). 2. {informal} To deal with; do what is needed with. * /I will take care of that letter./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take\ care\ of — v. phr. 1. To attend to; supply the needs of. She stayed home to take care of the baby. Syn.: keep an eye on(2), look after Compare: in charge(2) 2. informal To deal with; do what is needed with. I will take care of that letter. The coach told… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • take care of — verb a) To look after, to provide care for. My elderly mother needs to be taken care of. b) To deal with, handle. Can somebody take care of the customers while I clean this mess? Syn …   Wiktionary

  • take care of — 1. Look after or give attention to someone or something. You should take care of your health or you will get sick. 2. Deal with something, do what is necessary to do something. Could you please take care of these letters while I make some phone… …   Idioms and examples

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