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care for (3)

This page is about the phrasal verb care for (3).

Meaning: If you ask someone if they would care for something, you want to know if they'd like to have something.

Synonym: like

For example:

  • care for sth The waiter said, "Would you care for some more wine, madam?"

  • care for sth After dinner, Maureen asked her guests if they would care for some tea or coffee.

Nouns often used as objects with care for (3): tea, coffee, wine, brandy, dessert, sugar, milk

Quick Quiz:

If someone asks you if you'd care for some coffee, they want to know if you would

a. look after some coffee

b. like to make some coffee

c. like to have some coffee

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