look after

look after
Synonyms and related words:
administer to, attend, attend on, attend to, baby-sit, be vigilant, be watchful, care for, chaperon, cherish, chore, conserve, dance attendance upon, do for, do service to, drudge, eye, eyeball, follow, foster, gaze at, have a looksee, help, hold in view, keep in sight, keep in view, keep under observation, keep watch over, lackey, look at, look on, look out for, look to, look upon, maid, matronize, mind, minister to, mother, nurse, nurture, observe, pander to, preserve, protege, provide for, reconnoiter, regard, ride herd on, scout, see after, see to, serve, shepherd, spy upon, support, take care of, take charge of, tend, upon, valet, view, wait, wait on, watch, watch out for, watch over, work for

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • look\ after — • look after • see after v To watch over; attend to. John s mother told him to look after his younger brother. When he went to Europe, Mr. Jenkins left his son to see after the business. Syn.: take care of(1) Compare: look out(3) …   Словарь американских идиом

  • look after — (someone/something) to be responsible for someone or something. A neighbor will look after the dogs while we re away. Related vocabulary: take care of someone/something …   New idioms dictionary

  • look after — ► look after take care of. Main Entry: ↑look …   English terms dictionary

  • look after — index concern (care), conduct, control (regulate), direct (supervise), foster, handle ( …   Law dictionary

  • look after — verb keep under careful scrutiny (Freq. 5) Keep an eye on this prisoner! • Hypernyms: ↑watch, ↑look out, ↑watch out • Verb Frames: Somebody s something Somebo …   Useful english dictionary

  • look after — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms look after : present tense I/you/we/they look after he/she/it looks after present participle looking after past tense looked after past participle looked after 1) a) look after someone/something to take care… …   English dictionary

  • look after — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you look after someone or something, you do what is necessary to keep them healthy, safe, or in good condition. [V P n] I love looking after the children... [V P n] People don t look after other people s property in the same… …   English dictionary

  • look after — also[see after] {v.} To watch over; attend to. * /John s mother told him to look after his younger brother./ * /When he went to Europe, Mr. Jenkins left his son to see after the business./ Syn.: TAKE CARE OF(1). Compare: LOOK OUT(3) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • look after — also[see after] {v.} To watch over; attend to. * /John s mother told him to look after his younger brother./ * /When he went to Europe, Mr. Jenkins left his son to see after the business./ Syn.: TAKE CARE OF(1). Compare: LOOK OUT(3) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • look after — verb To watch or protect; to keep safe. He asked me to look after his daughter while he was away …   Wiktionary

  • look after — phr verb Look after is used with these nouns as the object: ↑baby, ↑health, ↑interest, ↑kid, ↑relative, ↑sick, ↑thing …   Collocations dictionary

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