In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1tener cuidadotake care! — ¡cuídate!
- take care crossing the road — (ten) cuidado al cruzar la calle
- to take care over / with sth — cuidar algo
- he takes enormous care over / with the presentation of food — pone muchísimo cuidado en / cuida muchísimo la presentación de los platos
- take care you don't slip on those rocks — ten cuidado de no resbalar(te) en esas rocas
- he took care that all the figures were correct — se aseguró de que todas las cifras fueran correctas
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