The guy is your friend and genuinely cares about you well being. The guy is just polite and says ‘take care’ to all his close friends or “semi-romantic” friends.
TC means “Take Care.” It is often used as a substitute for a stronger term of affection such as “love you” when the stronger term would be inappropriate (e.g., between couples who were romantically connected or who can’t be).
Take care – This one can be used informally among friends too, but is often heard between strangers. It’s quite a formal and polite form of goodbye that shows that you have positive emotions towards someone – you would never say this to someone you didn’t like!
It’s simply another way to say “goodbye” and is, actually, a polite thing to say. “Take care” is simply another way of saying “be careful”. It expresses your concern for another person’s well-being, so there is no way that it is impolite in the least!
Definition of take care of
1 : to attend to or provide for the needs, operation, or treatment of (someone or something) He is home taking care of a sick child.
Taking care of yourself means compassionately accepting yourself for who you are instead of burning yourself out trying to be everything to everyone all the time. It’s living your life in a way that doesn’t leave you needing to check out or take a break just so you can have a bath, read a book, or sip tea.
Originally Answered: What does it mean when someone says “I’ll take care of you, if you let me”? ? It’s letting someone who finds intimacy and/or relying on someone difficult or threatening know that they want to do that: take care of them.
to treat something carefully so that it stays in good condition. All the neighbours take very good care of their gardens. Synonyms and related words.
5 Answers. “Take care” is almost always used in a friendly way, or when genuinely warning somebody to be careful.
|administer to||attend to|
|care for||keep an eye on|
|look after||minister to|
|watch out||look out|
|pay attention||watch your step|
|go easy||be cautious|
|be watchful||take heed|
Usually if a person will tell you to “take care” during goodbye it only means that the person do really care for you and he/she is concern about you that is why he/she is telling you those words.
New Member. When I tell a person to “be/stay safe”, they respond with “Thanks. You too”.
It means you have an interest in this person ,you care about them whats going on in there life , you dont want them to be hurt by anyone or just hurt themselves , they might be sad and depressed ,but you care enough to be there and to listen and help if you can …
The definition of caring is someone or something that shows kindness and concern for others. A person who is concerned about others and who does kind things for them is an example of someone who would be described as caring.
If you care for someone, you are taking care of him or her. This means that you have feelings toward the person and want to ensure his or her well-being. You may be in a romantic relationship with the person that you care for. You may also have a loving family relationship with the person that you care for.
There are two possibilities. Most of us say, “Goodbye.” Others say, “See you.” And some people, whenever they part with others, say,“Take care of yourself.” They all mean exactly the same thing: only that they are on their way out. In special circumstances, someone may have concern about your health and safety.
He means that he wants your emotional well being as well as your physical comfort, if he’s a real man, and not a jerk. He may not have the means to take care of you financially the way that you like, but that doesn’t mean he can’t take care of you in other ways. Appreciate all the good things he does for you.
caregiver Add to list Share. Someone who takes care of a very young, elderly, or ill person is called a caregiver. If you make sure your ailing friend eats every day and is relatively comfortable, you are her caregiver.
kind, kind-hearted, warm-hearted, soft-hearted, tender, feeling. concerned, attentive, thoughtful, solicitous, responsible, considerate. affectionate, loving, doting, fond, warm, benevolent, benign, humane, good-natured, gentle, mild, indulgent, sympathetic, understanding, receptive, compassionate, charitable, gracious.
Opposite of to make sure or certain of something. neglect. forget. ignore. bypass.
It literally means be safe, but it also implies that we care about your well being. Be safe would include things like not driving while under the influence, wearing a seatbelt, not walking in dark alleys alone at night. It’s not an insult, just a way to show that we care.
stay safe. A term used as a friendly farewell, generally expressing carefulness for a person to not get into trouble of any sort.
Caring deeply for someone is platonic/family. You love the person, you take their feelings into account, you love to see them happy, you make them a priority in your life and protect them from harm. When you have feelings for someone you feel those things too, but you are also romantically attracted to them.
When a guy cares about you, he will try to make you feel nice. One of the ways to do so is to offer you compliments and try to bring a smile to your face. He will always find a reason to say something good about you. It can be anything – right from the way you laugh to the dress you are wearing.
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