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I can see that a lot of care has gone into your work.
The label on the box said 'Handle with care'.
He was choosing his words with great care.
The police must exercise more care in the arrest of young offenders.
The employer had failed to exercise reasonable care.
Some of the injured were in need of hospital care.
The unit provides specialist medical care for premature babies.
The elderly residents receive an excellent standard of care and treatment.
I left him in your care – you should have watched him!
a technique used in the care of mental patients
This is the British English definition of care. View American English definition of care.
the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible
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