Take care (of), Care (about) & Care (for) [Part 1] 03/04/17 Take care (of), Care (about) & Care (for) [Part 1] Take care of Take care of normally means “look after”. Nurses take care of people in hospital. It’s no good giving Peter a rabbit; he’s too young to take care of it properly. Ms Bronson takes care of marketing and publicity and I’m responsible for production. Take care (without a preposition means “be careful”. Some people (including myself) use it as a formula when saying goodbye. Take care when you’re crossing the road, children. ‘Bye, Ruth.’ ‘Bye, Mike. Take care.’ By Manuel Rubina|April 3, 2017|Categories: E-LESSONS, For Lawyers, For translators| About the Author: Manuel Rubina Marketing & Communication | The TR Company S.A. Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.