Would you care for something?

Would you care for something?
Would you care for sth? | Would you care to do sth? idiom
(formal) used to ask sb politely if they would like sth or would like to do sth, or if they would be willing to do sth

Would you care for another drink?

If you'd care to follow me, I'll show you where his office is.

Main entry:careidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • care — care1 W2S2 [keə US ker] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(looking after somebody)¦ 2 take care of somebody/something 3 take care 4¦(keeping something in good condition)¦ 5¦(carefulness)¦ 6 take care over/with something 7 in care 8¦(problem/worry)¦ 9 care of somebody …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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