- 1. Attention and thoroughness.
- Thesaurus: attention, regard, consideration, interest, vigilance, concentration, prudence, caution, discrimination.
3. The activity of looking after someone or something, or the state of being looked after.
- Thesaurus: custody, guardianship, management, protection, supervision, keeping.
- Thesaurus: concern, anxiety, worry, apprehension, distress, solicitude.
- 1. To mind or be upset by something, or the possibility of something.
2. To concern oneself about them or be interested in them.
- Thesaurus: cherish, love, hold dear, feel for, sympathize with.
- Form: care about someone or something (usually)
- Form: care for someone or something
- Example: Would you care to come?
- Thesaurus: desire, wish, like, prefer, want, be willing.
It doesn't matter to me, etc.
- Written on letters, etc addressed to a person at someone else's address.
Without upsetting me, etc in the least.
- old use
Be more careful, considerate, etc.
It doesn't matter to me, etc in the least.
- Being looked after by a local authority, etc, or in a hospital, etc, instead of at home.
- To be cautious, watchful or thorough.
- Thesaurus: beware, be careful, be cautious, heed.
- To look after or attend to someone or something.
- Thesaurus: protect, guard, attend to, be responsible for, look after, supervise; nurse, rear, bring up.
Phrasal Verb: care for someone or something
- To look after them.To be fond of or love them.To like or approve of them.
- Example: I don't care for mushrooms
- Example: Would you care for a drink?