Spanish Word for take-care  

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English Word: take care

Spanish Word: cuidar, precaucion
The Spanish Word for take care
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Translated sentences containing 'take care'
I have to take care of the kitty.
Yo tengo que cuidar al gatito.
Take care of yourself or your health will get worse.
Cuídate o tu salud empeorará.
It would be necessary to take care of Juan's car.
Habría que ocuparse del coche de Juan.
We would take care of him.
Nosotros nos ocuparíamos de él.
You have said that you would take care of him.
Has dicho que te ocuparías de él.
You took care of your sister.
Cuidaste a tu hermana.
To whom did he/she ask to take care of the suitcase?
¿A quién recomendó la maleta?
Take care.
Que te cuides.
Take care of your body as your body would do with you.
Cuida tu cuerpo, como él haría contigo.
Take care of yourself, and God will take care of you.
Cuídate que Dios te cuidará.
I wish my godmother would take care of herself more!
¡Me gustaría que mi madrina se cuidara más!
The assistant manager has ordered that you take care of the visitors.
El subgerente ha ordenado que ustedes atiendan a los visitantes.
Take care of yourself!
¡Cuídate!
My cousin is unhealthy, she simply doesn't take care of herself.
Mi prima es muy enfermiza, simplemente no se cuida.
He will take care of that.
El se encargará de eso.
What do you do to take care of yourself?
¿Qué haces para cuidarte?

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