take care

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Synonyms for take care

be careful, prudent, or watchful

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be in charge of or deal with


take charge of or deal with

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A monthly allowance of $2,400 will be disbursed to each eligible carer of elderly persons/persons with disabilities, and a maximum of $4,800 per month will be disbursed to those carers who take care of more than one elderly person/person with disabilities at the same time.
Kim Hee-joong was granted leave for the funeral, but Lee neither came to the funeral, nor sent flowers of condolence; he did not take care of the former secretary after the release either well, according to Chung Doo-un, also an estranged former aide to Lee.
There is one constant that will not change: If we remain dedicated to taking care of our people, they will take care of the mission.
After working in the UAE for the past four years, I have just started staying at home to take care of my two-year-old baby.
She explains, “In June, I resigned from my teaching position, packed some belongings, and headed south with three kids, two cats, and a dog to St Augustine, Florida, to take care of Mom.