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caring
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    Concise Dictionary
    cares|cared|caringkeə
    noun
    +the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something
    +judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger
    +an anxious feeling
    +a cause for feeling concern
    +attention and management implying responsibility for safety
    +activity involved in maintaining something in good working order
    verb
    +feel concern or interest
    +provide care for
    +prefer or wish to do something
    +be in charge of, act on, or dispose of
    +be concerned with

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 anxiety, worry, trouble, anguish, disquiet, distress, grief, sorrow, dolour, sadness, suffering, misery, woe, tribulation:
    His haggard look reflected a life of care.
    2 concern, regard, vigilance, mindfulness, heed, solicitude; heedfulness, attention, pains, carefulness, meticulousness, punctiliousness; caution, circumspection:
    The essence of public-spiritedness is care for the common good. He looks after his moustache and beard with great care. Open with care.
    3 responsibility, charge, protection, guardianship, custody, keeping, safe keeping; control, direction, supervision:
    The child has been released into our care.
    4 take care of. look after, attend to, be responsible for, take charge of, take responsibility for; tend, nurse:
    You should take care of your money. Does she have enough experience to take care of someone who is ill?
    v.
    5 be concerned, trouble oneself, feel interest, worry, fret, trouble, Brit mind:
    Do you care whether Arnold gets the job he wants? I don't care who you are, you can't come in here!
    6 care for.
    (a) look after, tend, attend (to), watch over, protect, take care of, provide for; nurse:
    He cared for his ailing parents for about twenty years.
    (b) like, fancy, be attracted to, be fond of, love, be keen on, be enamoured of:
    Jennifer admitted last night how much she cares for David.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + adjective
    [usually before noun] kind, helpful and showing that you care about other people: He's a very caring person. + caring parents + Children need a caring environment. + (BrE) a caring profession (= a job that involves looking after or helping other people)


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