care+for

  • 1care for — feel affection or liking. → care care for look after and provide for the needs of. → care …

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  • 2care for — index attend (take care of), cover (guard), foster, harbor, hold (possess), keep ( …

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  • 3care for — verb 1. have a liking, fondness, or taste (for) (Freq. 4) • Hypernyms: ↑like • Verb Frames: Somebody s something Somebody s VERB ing 2. be fond of; be attached to …

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  • 4care for — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms care for : present tense I/you/we/they care for he/she/it cares for present participle caring for past tense cared for past participle cared for 1) care for someone to love someone, especially in a way that is …

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  • 5care for — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To look after] Syn. provide for, attend to, nurse; see guard 2 , raise 2 , support 5 . 2. [To like] Syn. be fond of, hold dear, prize; see cherish 1 , like 1 , 2 , love 1 . 3. [To want] Syn. deSire, yearn for, wish for, have …

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  • 6care for — 1) he cares for his children Syn: love, be fond of, be devoted to, treasure, adore, dote on, think the world of, worship, idolize 2) would you care for a cup of coffee? Syn: like, want, desire …

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  • 7CARE FOR — (Roget s Thesaurus II) Index care for noun care, food verb bring up, dress, grow, nurse, serve, support, tend2, neglect …

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  • 8care for — verb a) To attend to the needs of, especially in the manner of a nurse or personal aide. I cared for my ailing mother for five years. b) To like or appreciate; to consider to be appealing, tasteful …

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  • 9ˈcare for sb — phrasal verb 1) to love someone He really cared for her.[/ex] 2) to do the necessary things for someone who needs help or protection Syn: look after Teach your children how to care for their pets.[/ex] …

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  • 10care for — watch over, tend to want, wish for, would like (e.g: Would you care for a drink? ) …

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  • 11care for — phr verb Care for is used with these nouns as the object: ↑baby, ↑relative, ↑sick …

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  • 12care for — Synonyms and related words: administer to, attend, attend on, attend to, baby sit, bandage, bathe, be fond of, be partial to, burn with love, chaperon, cherish, chore, coddle, conserve, contend with, cope with, cosset, cradle, cultivate, cure,… …

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  • 13care for — 1) he cares for his children Syn: love, be fond of, be devoted to, treasure, adore, dote on, think the world of, worship 2) the hospice cares for the terminally ill Syn: look after, take care of, ten …

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  • 14care for — 1. Have regard for, pay heed to, attach value to, ascribe importance to. 2. Be interested in, like, be fond of, be attached to …

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  • 15Care for Africa — is an Australian charity that encourages young Australians to include philanthropic endeavour in their lives and think of others less fortunate living in deplorable third world conditions in Africa. The full name of the group is the Peter Hewitt… …

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  • 16Care-for-Rare-Stiftung — Die Care for Rare Foundation – Stiftung für Kinder mit seltenen Erkrankungen am Dr. von Haunerschen Kinderspital der Ludwig Maximilians Universität München wurde von den Stiftungsgründern, dem Kinderarzt Christoph Klein und dem Juristen Andreas… …

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  • 17ˈcare for sth — phrasal verb to treat something carefully so that it stays in good condition Syn: look after Your clothes won t last if you don t care for them properly.[/ex] …

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  • 18care for/to do something — like to have or be willing to do something. → care …

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  • 19care for somebody — …

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  • 20To care for — Care Care, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Cared}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Caring}.] [AS. cearian. See {Care}, n.] To be anxious or solicitous; to be concerned; to have regard or interest; sometimes followed by an objective of measure. [1913 Webster] I would not… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English