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    difference in meaning?

    Dear teachers,
    Will you be so kind as to enlarge upon the difference in meaning between the two :take care of vs take care over?What is the context in which the latter is particularly appropriate?
    Thank you so much!

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    Re: difference in meaning?

    Take care of = look after
    Take care over = do something carefully, be careful


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    Re: difference in meaning?

    Very grateful for the answer...thank you.Yet, is it posible to use take care at with pretty much the same meaning as take care over?"Take care at the choice of footwear...."

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