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car·ing

 (kâr′ĭng)
adj.
Feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others.

caring

(ˈkɛərɪŋ)
adj
1. feeling or showing care and compassion: a caring attitude.
2. (Social Welfare) of or relating to professional social or medical care: nursing is a caring job.
n
(Social Welfare) the practice or profession of providing social or medical care
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.caring - a loving feelingcaring - a loving feeling      
love - a strong positive emotion of regard and affection; "his love for his work"; "children need a lot of love"
warmheartedness, warmth - a warmhearted feeling
Adj.1.caring - feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others; "caring friends"
compassionate - showing or having compassion; "heard the soft and compassionate voices of women"

caring

adjective compassionate, loving, kindly, warm, soft, sensitive, tender, sympathetic, responsive, receptive, considerate, warmhearted, tenderhearted, softhearted, touchy-feely (informal) He is a wonderful person, very gentle and caring.
Translations
starostlivý
omsorgsfuld
huolehtiva
pažljiv
思いやりのある
돌보는
som bryr (sig) om
ที่ห่วงใยผู้อื่น
chu đáo

caring

[ˈkɛərɪŋ]
A. ADJafectuoso, bondadoso
the caring professionslas profesiones humanitarias
the caring societyla sociedad humanitaria
B. N (= care) → cuidado m; (= affection) → afecto m, cariño m; (= help) → ayuda f, auxilio m

caring

[ˈkɛərɪŋ] adj
(= concerned about other people) [person] → attentionné(e)
She's a very caring teacher
BUT C'est un professeur qui se préoccupe du bien-être de ses élèves.
She has very caring parents
BUT Ses parents sont très affectueux.
[society] → humain(e) caring professionscaring professions npl
the caring professions → les métiers mpl du socialcar insurance nassurance f automobilecar journey nvoyage m en voiture; (shorter)trajet m en voiture
a 40-minute car journey → un trajet en voiture de 40 minutescar keys nplclés fpl de voiturecar licence plate (British) car license plate (US) nplaque f d'immatriculationcar maker car-maker, carmaker [ˈkɑːrmeɪkər] nconstructeur m automobile

caring

adj person, attitudewarmherzig, mitfühlend, einfühlsam; parent, husbandliebevoll; teacherengagiert; government, societysozial, mitmenschlich; a child needs a caring environmentein Kind braucht Zuwendung or braucht eine Umgebung, die sich um es kümmert; caring professionSozialberuf m

caring

[ˈkɛərɪŋ] adj (parent, person) → affettuoso/a, premuroso/a; (society, organization) → umanitario/a
ours is not a caring society → viviamo in una società ben poco altruista

caring

مُهْتَمٌ بِالآخَرين starostlivý omsorgsfuld fürsorglich στοργικός bondadoso huolehtiva attentionné pažljiv premuroso 思いやりのある 돌보는 zorgzaam omsorgsfull troskliwy atencioso заботливый som bryr (sig) om ที่ห่วงใยผู้อื่น şefkatli chu đáo 关心人的
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