“Watch out” and “be careful” mean the same thing: to be cautious. However, “watch out” is followed by “for” and “be careful” is followed by “of” or “with (used when we don’t want to break/damage something)”
For example: “You need to watch out for wolves.” “You need to be careful of wolves.” “You need to be careful with that vase you are holding.” -> the vase is not theirs so breaking it would be bad
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