Synonyms of care in English:

care


See definition of care

noun

1‘foster-parents had the care of the child’

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safe keeping, supervision, custody, charge, protection, keeping, keep, control, management, ministration, guidance, superintendence, tutelage, aegis, responsibility
guardianship, wardship, trusteeship, trust
provision of care, looking after
parenting, mothering, fathering
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neglect

2‘these chemicals need to be handled with care’

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caution, carefulness, wariness, awareness, heedfulness, heed, attention, attentiveness, alertness, watchfulness, vigilance, circumspection, prudence, guardedness, observance
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carelessness

3‘she chose her words with care’

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discretion, judiciousness, forethought, thought, regard, heed, mindfulness
conscientiousness, painstakingness, pains, effort, meticulousness, punctiliousness, fastidiousness
accuracy, precision
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carelessness

4‘a place where you can escape from the cares of the day’

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worry, anxiety, trouble, disquiet, disquietude, bother, unease, upset, distress, concern
sorrow, anguish, grief, sadness, affliction, woe, hardship, tribulation, suffering, pain, torment, misery, angst
responsibility, stress, pressure, strain, perturbation, burdens
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happiness

5‘a life of unblemished virtue and constant care for others’

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concern, consideration, attention, attentiveness, thought, regard, mind, notice, heed, solicitude, interest, caringness, sympathy, respect
looking after
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disregard


verb

1‘the teachers didn't seem to care about our academic work’

SYNONYMS
be concerned, worry, 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, give a tinker's damn, give a monkey's, lose sleep over, get worked up

Phrases

    take care of

    1‘raising four children and taking care of two other foster children is no easy task’


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    2‘the activity of beneficial predators usually takes care of such infestations when they occur’


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    care for

    1‘he obviously cares for his children’


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    hate

    2‘would you care for a cup of coffee?’


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    informal


    3‘a hospice which cares for the terminally ill’


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    ANTONYMS

    neglect