take care ofphrase

  • ja~の世話をする、~の面倒を見る
  • ento look after, assume responsibility for, or care for someone or something

Examples

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Mute
1.
I'm sorry, but Rosa doesn't have time for you.
2.
We have a really important work thing.
3.
That was bad. Let me try rephrasing it.
4.
You are not as important as Rosa's job.
5.
Oh, wow. That was way worse.
6.
Look, we just have to take care of this one thing.
7.
It's an emergency.
8.
Then I'll be right back and we can talk about this.
9.
I really have to get to the airport.
10.
- Please. - Okay, fine.
11.
But I'm leaving in 10 minutes.
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Mute
1.
What about Ben?
2.
We can't bring a baby to the hospital.
3.
We'll watch him.
4.
I don't think so.
5.
What? I have 7 Catholic sisters.
6.
I've taken care of hundreds of kids.
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Mute
1.
Oh, honey, don't get up.
2.
What do you need?
3.
No, nothing.
4.
Come on, I am here to take care of you.
5.
What do you need? Anything.
6.
Okay, I have a wedgie.
7.
Okay, that is all you.
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Mute
1.
Peralta, update us on Santiago's undercover prison operation.
2.
Yeah, she has made contact with Jimmy Figgis' sister.
3.
But it's slowgoing.
4.
I hope she comes back soon.
5.
Aww. You miss her?
6.
No, I lost the key to her apartment.
7.
And I'm taking care of her fish.
8.
They're all dead already, aren't they?
9.
- Yeah. - Damn it.
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Mute
1.
Hi, Beck!
2.
Hi, Allie!
3.
Jade, this is my next door neighbor Allie.
4.
Hello, Allie.
5.
Thanks for taking care of Sparkles.
6.
Anytime, kiddo.
7.
Your girlfriend's pretty.
8.
I know.
9.
- Bye! - See ya!
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Mute
1.
That was such an excellent wave!
2.
100% garbage-free, too!
3.
Sorry I volunteered us for garbage duty with Tice.
4.
It's not that bad now that the hole in the wall is fixed.
5.
I don't mind taking care of Rocket Beach.
6.
Can, uh, we call it Squid Beach someday?
7.
No problemo, Sammy.
8.
You did save the day.