care

  • 161 care|less — «KAIR lihs», adjective. 1. not thinking what one says or not watching what one does; not taking enough pains; not careful: »That careless boy broke the cup. A careless mistake ruined the experiment. 2. done without enough thought or effort; not… …

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  • 162 care of somebody — ˈcare of sb idiom (NAmE also in ˈcare of sb) (abbr. c/o) used when writing to sb at another person s address • Write to him care of his lawyer. Main entry: ↑care …

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  • 163 care-laden — adj. burdened by cares. Syn: heavy laden. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 164 Care-tuned — Care tuned, a. Weary; mournful. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 165 CARE scheme — career average revalued earnings scheme / CARE scheme A type of defined benefit pension scheme (defined benefit scheme) in which the member s pension at retirement is calculated using their average salary over the entire period of their service… …

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  • 166 Care Bears: Journey to Joke-a-lot — (titulada Los cariñositos viajan a Bromilandia en Hispanoamérica y Osos amorosos: viaje a Chistelandia en España) es una película de animación realizada por Nelvana Limited y estrenada por Lionsgate en 2004. Enlaces externos Ficha de Care Bears:… …

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  • 167 care for — index attend (take care of), cover (guard), foster, harbor, hold (possess), keep ( …

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  • 168 care assistant — ➔ assistant …

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  • 169 care line — UK US (also careline) noun [C] ► COMMUNICATIONS, MARKETING a telephone service that companies or organizations provide for customers to get information, help, or advice about their products: »You can reach our customer care line 24 hours a day …

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  • 170 care worker — care .worker n BrE someone whose job is to look after people who need care …

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  • 171 care assistant — care as,sistant noun count someone who takes care of old people or people with serious illnesses, often in a special hospital …

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  • 172 care order — care ,order noun count a legal arrangement in the U.K. for the local Social Services to take care of a child instead of the child s parents …

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  • 173 care package — care ,package noun count AMERICAN 1. ) a present of food, clothes, or other necessary things that you send to people in need 2. ) a present, especially of food, that you send to someone who is away at school or somewhere where they are unable to… …

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  • 174 care package — 1945, originally CARE package, supplies sent out by Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe, established 1945 by U.S. private charities to coordinate delivery of aid packages to displaced persons in Europe after World War II and obviously… …

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  • 175 care card — noun A plastic card with an inbuilt memory chip used for storing an individual s medical records • • • Main Entry: ↑care …

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  • 176 care and maintenance — The keeping of an industrial plant, shipyard, etc in sound condition at times when production has been discontinued so that it may be restarted immediately new orders are received • • • Main Entry: ↑care …

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  • 177 care´free´ness — care|free «KAIR FREE», adjective. without worry; happy; gay: »a carefree attitude, a carefree summer doing what one pleases. –care´free´ness, noun …

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  • 178 care|free — «KAIR FREE», adjective. without worry; happy; gay: »a carefree attitude, a carefree summer doing what one pleases. –care´free´ness, noun …

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  • 179 care|tak|er — «KAIR TAY kuhr», noun, adjective. –n. a person who takes care of another person, a place, or a thing, often for the owner or for somebody else: »The caretaker of the house met them, hat in hand (W. G. Willis). –adj. (of a government or… …

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  • 180 care|worn — «KAIR WRN, WOHRN», adjective. showing signs of worry; tire or weary from care: »The old woman had a careworn look on her face …

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