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1    when tr, may take a clause as object   to be troubled or concerned; be affected emotionally  
he is dying, and she doesn't care     
2    intr; foll by: for or about   to have regard, affection, or consideration (for)  
he cares more for his hobby than his job     
3    intr; foll by: for   to have a desire or taste (for)  
would you care for some tea?     
4    intr; foll by: for   to provide physical needs, help, or comfort (for)  
the nurse cared for her patients     
5    tr   to agree or like (to do something)  
would you care to sit down, please?     
6    for all I care or I couldn't care less   I am completely indifferent  
7    careful or serious attention  
under her care the plant flourished, he does his work with care     
8    protective or supervisory control  
in the care of a doctor     
9    often pl   trouble; anxiety; worry  
10    an object of or cause for concern  
the baby's illness was her only care     
11    caution  
handle with care     
12    care of   at the address of: written on envelopes,   (Usual abbrev.)    c/o  
13    in (or into) care     (Social welfare)   made the legal responsibility of a local authority by order of a court  
     (Old English cearu (n), cearian (vb), of Germanic origin; compare Old High German chara lament, Latin garrire to gossip)  

      n acronym for  
1    Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere, Inc.; a federation of U.S. charities, giving financial and technical assistance to many regions of the world  
2    communicated authenticity, regard, empathy: the three qualities believed to be essential in the therapist practising client-centred therapy  
care and maintenance  
      n     (Commerce)   the state of a building, ship, machinery, etc., that is not in current use although it is kept in good condition to enable it to be quickly brought into service if there is demand for it,   (Abbrev.)    C & M  
care attendant  
      n     (Social welfare)   (in Britain) a person who is paid to look after one or more severely handicapped people by visiting them frequently and staying when needed, but who does not live in  
community care  
      n     (Social welfare)  
1    help available to persons living in their own homes, rather than services provided in residential institutions  
2    the policy of transferring responsibility for people in need from large, often isolated, state institutions to their relatives and local welfare agencies  
Crossroads care attendant scheme  
      n     (Social welfare)   (in Britain) a service providing paid attendants for disabled people who need continuous supervision  
     (so named because the idea arose out of criticism of the plight of a disabled character in the TV serial Crossroads)  
      adj   careless or reckless; happy-go-lucky  
a devil-may-care attitude     
domiciliary care   , services  
      n     (Social welfare)   services, such as meals-on-wheels, health visiting, and home help, provided by a welfare agency for people in their own homes  
      adj   (esp. of a fabric or garment) hardwearing, practical, and requiring no special treatment during washing, cleaning, etc.  
intensive care  
      n   extensive and continuous care and treatment provided for an acutely ill patient, usually in a specially designated section (intensive care unit) of a hospital  
residential care  
      n     (Social welfare)   the provision by a welfare agency of a home with social-work supervision for people who need more than just housing accommodation, such as children in care or mentally handicapped adults  
respite care  
      n     (Social welfare)   occasional usually planned residential care for dependent old or handicapped people, to provide relief for their permanent carers  
shared care  
      n     (Social welfare)   an arrangement between a welfare agency and a family with a dependent handicapped member, whereby the agency takes the handicapped person into a home for respite care or in emergencies  
English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus  
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care home
child care provided by foster parents
a care order is an official instruction (made by a judge or magistrate) that a child should be taken into care
Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly—sometimes called "Assisted Living" or "Board and Care" facilities
1 Ambulance and Primary Care medical emergencies 2 Ambulance Emergency Care
humanitarian compassive care for avoiding suffering of a terminal state patient
Medical term
care provided for old or sick people or children in a residential facility ("home")
[child] to be sent to a care organization run by the social services, or to be looked after by foster parents
be consumed by an emotion; experience an intense feeling
be beside oneself with joy/ grief/ anger etc.
1. a package containing food, clothes or other items that the receiver has difficulties in procuring by himself; 2. a package containing small gifts for close persons
paraprofessional registered physician assistants like nurses
Needs disambiguation with Paramedic when traduction in other languages
do something which puts you in a very difficult situation and limits the way that you can act
tenderness, love and care
Mobile Intensive Care Unit ambulance
Medical term; ALS or Intensive Care professionals on board
MICU for Intensive Care seeking Neonates
utter a soliloquy ; talk to oneself
have a great time; enjoy oneself
to be unable to think for oneself
used in a condescending way
advanced life support mobile intensive care unit
Medical term
nurse manned MICU for stable intensive care patients
free time spent taking care also of work-related tasks
formed based on "work" and "leisure"
Concerning paramedical professions an Care. Compare with Paramedic
Parmedic is a Nickname of Paramedical derived of Medic and Paramedical Compre with this term
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