care for

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Fiili Deyim ) hoşlanmak ,-den zevk almak , sevmek , bakmak
istemek: Would you care for some tea? Çay içmek ister
bakmak

O,o kediye bakmak için istekliydi. - He was willing to care for that cat.

Ona bakmak için para gönderdi. - He sent money to help care for her.

istemek
(Dilbilim) ilgisini çekmek
ilgilenmek
bakımını üstlenmek
sevmek
sevmek (birini veya bir şeyi)
hoşlan

Sporlardan hoşlanmam. - I don't care for sports.

Bu tür içkiden fazla hoşlanmam. - I do not much care for this kind of drink.

hoşlanmak
-e bakmak: Who will care for us in our old age? Yaşlılığımızda bize kim bakacak?
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dikkat

Doktor, hangi ilacı vereceğine karar vermeden önce dikkatlice düşünür. - The doctor thinks carefully before deciding what medicine to give.

Arkadaş seçerken dikkatli olmalısın. - You should be careful in choosing friends.

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{f} önem vermek
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özen göstermek
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önemsemek
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özen

Sadece en iyi malzemeleri kullanmak için büyük özen gösterilmiştir. - Great care has been taken to use only the finest ingredients.

Her zaman çocuklarına özen gösterir. - She always takes care of her children.

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umursamak
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aldırmak
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bakım

Bakım onu çabuk yaşlandırdı. - Care aged him quickly.

Bakım onun görünüşünü on yaş büyük yaptı. - Care has made her look ten years older.

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{i} itina

Onu itinayla ambulansa kaldırdılar. - They lifted him carefully into the ambulance.

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{f} ilgilenmek

İlgilenmek için kendi sorunlarım var. - I've got my own problems to take care of.

Komşu çocuklarıyla ilgilenmek zorundayım. - I have to take care of the neighbor kids.

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kaygı

Tom mutlu ve kaygısızdı. - Tom was happy and carefree.

Birkaç kişi kaygısız. - Few people are free from cares.

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ilgi

O, babasının ölümünden sonra işle ilgilendi. - He took care of the business after his father's death.

Bebekle kim ilgilenecek? - Who will take care of the baby?

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{i} aldırış
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sevmek
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istemek
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{f} hoşlanmak
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umrunda olmak
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ilgili olmak
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yükümlülük
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takmak
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ilgilenme

Benimle ilgilenmene ihtiyacım yok. - I don't need you to take care of me.

Sen gerçekten iyi bir sekretersin. Her şeyle ilgilenmemiş olsaydın , ben hiçbir şey yapamazdım. Sen harikasın. - You are a really good secretary. If you didn't take care of everything, I couldn't do anything. You are just great.

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umurunda olmak
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iplemek
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ihtiyat
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{f} ilgili ol
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koruma

Hepimiz ulusal mirasımızı korumak için özen göstermeliyiz. - We must all take care to preserve our national heritage.

Yaşlıları korumak için üzerimize düşeni yapmak amacıyla, bakım çalışmalarımız sırasında müşterilerimizi eğitmeye ve onlara göz kulak olmaya çalışıyoruz. - To do our part to protect the elderly, we work to educate and watch out for our clients during our caregiving activities.

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sorumluluk
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bakıma
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(Askeri) Her Bölgede Yardım ve Kurtarma İşbirliği (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere)
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ilgi duymak
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kendini üzmek
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himaye
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vecibe
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endişe

Tom hakkında endişelenme. O kendine bakabilir. - Don't worry about Tom. He can take care of himself.

Endişeler ve üzüntüler onun aklında yaygındılar. - Cares and worries were pervasive in her mind.

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beğenmek
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borç
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yapılması gereken şey
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hevesli olmak
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endişelenmek
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üzüntü

Endişeler ve üzüntüler onun aklında yaygındılar. - Cares and worries were pervasive in her mind.

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umurumda olmak
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merak

Beni gerçekten sevip sevmediğini merak ediyorum. - I wonder if you have ever really cared for me.

Merak etmeyin. Onunla ilgileneceğim. - Don't worry. I'll take care of that.

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tasa

Onlar sağlık hizmetleri için bir yasa tasarısı hazırladılar. - They've written a bill for health care.

O iç tasarımda kariyerine devam etmektedir. - She is pursuing her career in interior design.

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muhafaza etmek
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(Tıp) İhtimam, bakım
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{f} merak etmek
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{f} kafaya takmak
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eski üzüntü
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care iste/önemse
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sıkıntı
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in care of eliyle
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{i} dert, kaygı, tasa
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kaygı/ilgi/koruma/özen
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gaile
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{i} bakım: He's in intensive care. O yoğun bakımda. He left him in his sister's care. Onu kız kardeşine emanet etti
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To like or appreciate; to consider to be appealing, tasteful, or suitable

Still, while most Japanese may not care for the meat, many object to calls to stop whaling.

To attend to the needs of, especially in the manner of a nurse or personal aide

I cared for my ailing mother for five years.

have a liking, fondness, or taste (for)
watch over, tend to
be fond of; be attached to
want, wish for, would like (e.g: "Would you care for a drink?" )
provide treatment for; "The doctor treated my broken leg"; "The nurses cared for the bomb victims"; "The patient must be treated right away or she will die"; "Treat the infection with antibiotics"
be fond of; be attached to have a liking, fondness, or taste (for)
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Close attention; concern; responsibility

Care should be taken when holding babies.

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Polite or formal way to say want

Would you care to dance?.

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To look after

Young children can learn to care for a pet.

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Grief, sorrow

Than Feraunte his cosyn had grete care and cryed full lowde .

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worry

I don't have a care in the world.

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The treatment of those in need (especially as a profession)
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maintenance, upkeep

dental care.

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To be concerned about, have an interest in

I don't care what you think.

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the state of being cared for by others

in care.

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flying fuck
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a cause for feeling concern; "his major care was the illness of his wife"
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Capitalised Replacement of Equipment
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be concerned with; "I worry about my grades"
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politeness You can ask someone if they would care for something or if they would care to do something as a polite way of asking if they would like to have or do something. Would you care for some orange juice? He said he was off to the beach and would we care to join him. = like
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If you take care to do something, you make sure that you do it. Foley followed Albert through the gate, taking care to close the latch
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{f} be concerned with -; look out for -, watch over -; like, be fond of -
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Care International - International NGO
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attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"
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To take care of a problem, task, or situation means to deal with it. They leave it to the system to try and take care of the problem `Do you need clean sheets?' --- `No. Mrs. May took care of that.' = deal with
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{i} attention, concern; caution; supervision, management
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formulae You can say `Take care' when saying goodbye to someone
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be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; "I can deal with this crew of workers"; "This blender can't handle nuts"; "She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
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If you do something with care, you give careful attention to it because you do not want to make any mistakes or cause any damage. Condoms are an effective method of birth control if used with care We'd taken enormous care in choosing the location
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CARE Australia
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feel concern or interest; "I really care about my work"; "I don't care"
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If you say that someone does something when they care to do it, you mean that they do it, although they should do it more willingly or more often. The woman tells anyone who cares to listen that she's going through hell Experts reveal only as much as they care to. = choose
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Your cares are your worries, anxieties, or fears. Lean back in a hot bath and forget all the cares of the day Johnson seemed without a care in the world. = worry see also caring, aftercare, day care, intensive care
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Attention or heed; caution; regard; heedfulness; watchfulness; as, take care; have a care
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emphasis You can say `Who cares?' to emphasize that something does not matter to you at all. `But we might ruin the stove.' --- `Who cares?'. Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere. Cooperative for American Relief to Everywhere a US organization that sends special boxes of food, clothing, and medicine called "CARE packages" to anywhere in the world where they are needed
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Ceramic Applications for Reciprocating Engines
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the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention"
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If you say that you do not care for something or someone, you mean that you do not like them. She had met both sons and did not care for either
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If you take care of someone or something, you look after them and prevent them from being harmed or damaged. There was no one else to take care of their children You have to learn to take care of your possessions. = look after
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concern for the well-being of others and commitment to the accomplishment of a task Caring is the emotional element required for successful leadership See concern and commitment
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If you care about something, you feel that it is important and are concerned about it. a company that cares about the environment. young men who did not care whether they lived or died Does anybody know we're here, does anybody care?
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management [Health] the assessment of health care needs, development of a plan of care, coordination of those services assessed to be needed, and appropriate monitoring/follow-up of the extent and quality of the services provided similar to ASOP No 18]
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prefer or wish to do something; "Do you care to try this dish?"; "Would you like to come along to the movies?"
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provide care for; "The nurse was caring for the wounded
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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger; "he exercised caution in opening the door"; "he handled the vase with care"
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If someone sends you a letter or parcel care of a particular person or place, they send it to that person or place, and it is then passed on to you. In American English, you can also say in care of. Please write to me care of the publishers
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{n} uneasiness, charge, regard, caution, attention
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activity involved in maintaining something in good working order; "he wrote the manual on car care" the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention" attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard" a cause for feeling concern; "his major care was the illness of his wife" feel concern or interest; "I really care about my work"; "I don't care" provide care for; "The nurse was caring for the wounded
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n care, trouble, sorrow; worry kares pl [OE Angl caru]
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Children who are in care are looked after by the state because their parents are dead or unable to look after them properly. a home for children in care She was taken into care as a baby
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emphasis You can use for all I care to emphasize that it does not matter at all to you what someone does. You can go right now for all I care
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(Continuing Assistance to Retired Escapees) is located at Rainbow's End park in Livingston, Texas, the site of the headquarters of the Escapees RV Club The CARE center will allow Escapees who are no longer able to travel actively to continue to live in their RVs and be part of the way of life while receiving the assistance they need The CARE center, includes serviced parking sites that can be leased, in-rig assistance, and a day care/activity center, all adjacent to the regular RV park/club headquarters at Rainbow's End (NOTE: CARE is now a licensed adult day care center )
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Center for Art and Religion in Education
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approval If you care for someone, you feel a lot of affection for them. He wanted me to know that he still cared for me. people who are your friends, who care about you. + caring car·ing the `feminine' traits of caring and compassion
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The object of watchful attention or anxiety
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provide care for; "The nurse was caring for the wounded"
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activity involved in maintaining something in good working order; "he wrote the manual on car care"
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If you care for someone or something, you look after them and keep them in a good state or condition. They hired a nurse to care for her. these distinctive cars, lovingly cared for by private owners. well-cared-for homes. Care is also a noun. Most of the staff specialise in the care of children. sensitive teeth which need special care She denied the murder of four children who were in her care
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To be anxious or solicitous; to be concerned; to have regard or interest; sometimes followed by an objective of measure
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The agent must exercise a reasonable degree of care while transacting the business entrusted to him or her by the principal The principal expects the agent's skill and expertise in real estate matters to be superior to that of the average person The most fundamental way in which the agent exercises care is to use that skill and knowledge in the principal's behalf The agent should know all facts pertinent to the principal's affairs, such as the physical characteristics of the property being transferred and the type of financing being used (See agent, law of agency, principal)
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v to like; to protect; to feel worry or interest
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emphasis If you say that you couldn't care less about someone or something, you are emphasizing that you are not interested in them or worried about them. In American English, you can also say that you could care less, with the same meaning. I couldn't care less about the bloody woman I used to be proud working for them; now I could care less. I'm just out here for the money
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an anxious feeling; "care had aged him"; "they hushed it up out of fear of public reaction"
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Not looked after by parents or foster parents (in care)
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A burdensome sense of responsibility; trouble caused by onerous duties; anxiety; concern; solicitude
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Charge, oversight, or management, implying responsibility for safety and prosperity
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The career/subject of looking after people
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To be mindful of
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A concern or responsibility
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    Турецкое произношение

    ker fôr

    Синонимы

    think much of, besee

    Произношение

    /ˈker ˈfôr/ /ˈkɛr ˈfɔːr/

    Этимология

    [ 'ker, 'kar ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English caru; akin to Old High German kara lament, Latin garrire to chatter.

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