Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Care"

The meaning of "Care" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It is allowing them to deliver the best possible care. mean?
A: It means that they are treating you with the best they can offer.
Q: What does I always care for you mean?
A: It depends on the context I think. Without knowing context, I would say I always help you, I always take care of of you, I always do things for you.
Q: What does But you don't fucking care mean?
A: 全然興味ないじゃんをもっとキツく言った感じです。fuckを入れることで、怒ってるのを強調してますね。
Q: What does "care about" in 489 mean?
A: care about = have strong feelings for
Q: What does you'll be taken care of. mean?
A: You won't have to worry about anything. All of your needs will be prepared for you.

Example sentences using "Care"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to take care of.
A: “I have a pile of work to take care of” makes sense👍🏻 and “I had to take care of my dogs” makes sense but the last part “when I kept animals” messes up the sentence. You could say something like “When I used to have dogs, I had to take care of them.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with care with something.
A: Do you mean "with care"? The postman handled the package with care. The mother held her baby with care.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Thank you for taking care of our children..
A: This is already a complete sentence.

Thank you for taking care of our children while my wife and I went to see the Takarazuka theatre.

Thank you for taking care of our children every Thursday night.

Thank you for taking care of our children while we perform on the trapeze at the circus.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Would you care for a.
A: 1. Would you care for a drink?
2. Would you care for a seat?
Q: Please show me example sentences with take care about.
A: Take care of my dog while I'm on a vacation. = Feed and give me dog water.
See you later, take care. = Saying goodbye and wishing my friend to keep himself safe and healthy(気をつけて).

Synonyms of "Care" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between take care of〜 and look after〜 ?
A: @sushi-pikachu-totoro: Theres really no difference.

I take care of my dog/family/friends

I look after my baby sister/pets/toys

take care of is used universally with people or objects. while look after implies looking after someone or something

it's really no difference😃😃
Q: What is the difference between Like I care. and As if I care. ?
A: They have similar meaning except "As if I care?" Is more of a rhetorical question.

Rhetorical question is a question that does not actually require an answer.
Q: What is the difference between care about . worry about and anxious about ?
A: Care - you feel positively toward something. You want to see good things happen to the target of your care.
"I care deeply for you"
"I don't care"

Worry - you are scared something bad will happen to your target of worry.
"My mother worries about me"
"Don't worry so much"

Anxious - the uneasy feeling you get when you are waiting for something.
"I'm anxious about the test results"
"Don't be so anxious about it"
Q: What is the difference between care and worry and the managers don't care about the danger and the manager don't worry about the danger ?
A: 'Care' se usa para mostrar sentimientos como afecto y preocupación mientras que 'worry' se usa para mostrar sentimientos como anciedad, malestar o preocupación por una mala o difícil situación.
Q: What is the difference between All is taken care of. and That's all taken care of. ?
A: All is taken care of means that everything is taken care of or handled.

That is all taken care of means that the particular thing you are discussing is handled.

Translations of "Care"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In particular, care should be taken not to perform main function. I kind of getting its meaning, but the fact that 'care' was used as a subjective really confuses me. Can you specify its meaning and give some other examples using 'care'?
A: The sentence is in "passive voice"

E.g.
Active: A should give care to B.

Subject (A) + verb (give) + object (care).

Passive: Care should be given...(by A).

Object (care) + verb (give)

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If you are taking care of baby at home
You will realize that how simple your life got changed compared to your life in office .

does it sound natural
A: If you are taking care of a baby at home, you will realize how simple your life can be compared to your life working in the office.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? do you look i care?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? let take care your health
A: Do you mean, "Take care of your health"?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Take in care of my children, takes a lot of my time, I should look for a baby sister
A: Looking after my children takes a lot of time. I should look for a baby sitter/child minder.

Beware of the "run-on sentence" - stringing lots of phrases together with no conjunctions and using commas - we don't do this in English written texts. Don't be scared to shorten the sentences.

Other questions about "Care"

Q: I tried to take care of not only my table but also other's table. Does this sound natural?
A: "I tried to take care of not only my table but also other tables." - ✔️

If you want to be more specific you can say, "I tried to take care of not only my table but also other people's tables". - ✔️
Q: I'll take care of it after now.
以後、気をつけます。 Does this sound natural?
A: I'll take care of it later
Q: I started taking care of my meals two years ago. Never before HAD/HAVE I felt so full and satsfied.
A: This is a complicated situation... let's break it down:

Had - implies that you are talking about being satisfied when you started taking care of your meals two years ago

Have - implies that are you are talking about being satisfied today/recently thanks to starting to take care of your meals two years ago
Q: Take care your business Does this sound natural?
A: try, "Take care of your business" or "Take care of business"
Q: I need to get a physical. I have to be taken care of beautiful nurse at there. Does this sound natural?
A: I need to get a physical.I will be taken care of by a beautiful nurse there.

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