This page is about the phrasal verb look after
Meaning: to make sure something or someone has everything they need and is healthySynonym: take care of
- look after sb When I'm too old to look after myself, my children will look after me, I hope.
- look after sth Can you look after my bag while I go to the toilet?
Nouns often used as objects with look after: baby, children, parents, patient, pet, plant
My friend has asked me to look after his dog because
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Contributor: Matt Errey