Care-label



a label attached to a garment or fabric giving the manufacturer’s instructions for its care and cleaning.

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    Also, CARE package. a package containing food, clothing, or other items sent as necessities to the needy. a gift of treats to relatives or friends, especially of items not readily available to them: She sends monthly care packages of homemade cookies to her son at college. n. 1945, originally CARE package, supplies sent out by […]

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    a person who is in charge of the maintenance of a building, estate, etc.; superintendent. a person or group that temporarily performs the duties of an office. British. a janitor. a person who takes care of another. involving the temporary performance of the duties of an office: a caretaker government. Contemporary Examples The most moving […]



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