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care [cares] (close attention, concern or responsibility)
noun
[UK: keə(r)]
[US: ˈker]

soin◼◼◼nom {m}Take care. = Prends soin de toi.

souci◼◼◻nom {m}Forget your cares. = Oubliez vos soucis.

care [cares] (treatment of those in need)
noun
[UK: keə(r)]
[US: ˈker]

soin◼◼◼nom {m}Take care. = Prends soin de toi.

care [cared, caring, cares] (to look after)
verb
[UK: keə(r)]
[US: ˈker]

soigner◼◼◻verbe

care [cares] (worry)
noun
[UK: keə(r)]
[US: ˈker]

souci◼◼◻nom {m}Forget your cares. = Oubliez vos soucis.

care [cared, caring, cares] (to be concerned about)
verb
[UK: keə(r)]
[US: ˈker]

se soucier◼◼◻verbe

s'intéresser◼◼◻verbe

Care Bear noun

Bisounours [France]nom {m}

Calinours [Quebec]nom {m}

Care Bears (fictional group of multi-colored bear characters)
proper noun

Bisounours◼◼◼nom propre
{m-Pl}

Calinours [Quebec]nom propre
{m-Pl}

care of (for distribution by (the named intermediary))
preposition

a/s◼◼◼preposition

aux bons soins de◼◼◻preposition

à l'attention de◼◼◻preposition

careen [careened, careening, careens] (to heave a ship down on one side so as to expose the other)
verb
[UK: kə.ˈriːn]
[US: kə.ˈriːn]

caréner◼◼◼verbe

careen [careened, careening, careens] (to sway violently from side to side or lurch)
verb
[UK: kə.ˈriːn]
[US: kə.ˈriːn]

battre ou mettre en carène (of boat)verbe

careen [careened, careening, careens] (to tilt on one side)
verb
[UK: kə.ˈriːn]
[US: kə.ˈriːn]

se coucher (of ship)verbe

career [careers] (an individual’s work and life roles over their lifespan)
noun
[UK: kə.ˈrɪə(r)]
[US: kə.ˈrɪr]

carrière◼◼◼nom {f}His career had faltered. = Sa carrière vacillait.

career [careers] (one's calling in life; a person's occupation)
noun
[UK: kə.ˈrɪə(r)]
[US: kə.ˈrɪr]

carrière◼◼◼nom {f}His career had faltered. = Sa carrière vacillait.

career break noun

pause-carrière◼◼◼nom {f}

careerism (priority given to one's career)
noun
[UK: kə.ˈrɪə.rɪst]
[US: kə.ˈriː.rə.zəm]

carriérisme◼◼◼nom {m}

careerist [careerists] (person who pursues his or her own career as his or her main aim)
noun
[UK: kə.ˈrɪə.rɪst]
[US: kə.ˈrɪ.ˌrɪst]

carriériste◼◼◼nom {m} nom {f}

careerist (related to careerism)
adjective
[UK: kə.ˈrɪə.rɪst]
[US: kə.ˈrɪ.ˌrɪst]

carriériste◼◼◼adjectif
{m} {f}

carefree (worry free, light hearted, etc.)
adjective
[UK: ˈkeə.friː]
[US: ˈker.ˌfri]

insouciant◼◼◼adjectifHer life is carefree. = Elle mène une vie insouciante.

carefreeness (the state of being lighthearted; joyous)
noun

insouciance◼◼◼nom {f}

careful (cautious)
adjective
[UK: ˈkeə.fʊl]
[US: ˈker.fəl]

prudent◼◼◼adjectifBe careful! = Sois prudent !

careful (meticulous)
adjective
[UK: ˈkeə.fʊl]
[US: ˈker.fəl]

attentif◼◼◼adjectifI wasn't careful enough. = Je n'étais pas suffisamment attentif.

soigneux◼◼◻adjectifHe is very careful. = Il est très soigneux.

carefully (in a careful manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈkeə.fə.li]
[US: ˈker.fə.li]

soigneusement◼◼◼adverbeHe chose his words carefully. = Il choisit soigneusement ses mots.

careless (not giving sufficient attention or thought)
adjective
[UK: ˈkeə.ləs]
[US: ˈker.ləs]

négligent◼◼◼adjectifYou're careless. = Tu es négligent.

distrait◼◼◻adjectifJohn was so careless as to leave his camera in the bus. = John fut assez distrait pour laisser son appareil photo dans le bus.

étourdi◼◻◻adjectif

carelessly (in a careless manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈkeə.lə.sli]
[US: ˈker.lə.sli]

négligemment◼◼◼adverbe

carelessness (lack of care)
noun
[UK: ˈkeə.lə.snəs]
[US: ˈker.lə.snəs]

négligence◼◼◼nomAccidents arise from carelessness. = Les accidents résultent de négligences.

incurie◼◼◻nom {f}We're the ones who have to pay for your carelessness. = Nous faisons les frais de votre incurie.

carer [carers] (someone who regularly looks after another person)
noun
[UK: ˈkeə.rə(r)]
[US: ˈke.rər]

soignant◼◼◼nom {m}

soignante◼◻◻nom {f}

caress [caressed, caressing, caresses] (touch or kiss lovingly)
verb
[UK: kə.ˈres]
[US: kə.ˈres]

caresser◼◼◼verbeThe child caresses the cat. = L'enfant caresse le chat.

caressive (type of diminutive indicating affection or endearment)
noun
[UK: kˈeəsɪv]
[US: kˈersɪv]

caressivenom

caretaker [caretakers] (one who takes care of a person)
noun
[UK: ˈkeə.teɪkə(r)]
[US: ˈker.ˌtekər]

gardien◼◼◼nom {m}He's the building's caretaker. = Il est le gardien de l'immeuble.

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