to look after
to be responsible for
Past Participle form
I'm going to look after my friend's cat.
Next week she will look after the class.
A: What's your brother doing tomorrow?
B: He's going to look after the children.
A: Oh that's nice. Does he need any help?
B: No, he should be okay.
I looked after my wife when she was sick.
He looked after his money carefully.
A: Why are you late?
B: There was an accident on the way to work.
A: Was everyone okay?
B: Someone was hit by a bike but I looked after her.
I was looking after everything while you were away.
David was looking after everyone's bags when they went on the rollercoaster.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm waiting for Jane. She's looking after her friend's baby for a minute.
A: How long has it been?
B: About an hour.
I've looked after children for 3 years.
The doctor and nurses have looked after their patients for a long time.
A: Thank you from bring the record back.
B: No problem. I've looked after it well.
A: You have. There not a mark on it.