• When you care to do something, you want to do something; be willing to do something.

  • To be interested in something; inclined to do something.

  • (Opposite) To NOT care to do something means that you do not want to do something; have no need of something; have no wish to do something.

1. Mr. President, would you care to comment on the recent issue on racism?

2. I don’t really care to see James right now.

3. Would you care to join me for a drink tomorrow night?

4. I don’t care for compliments at a time like this!

 

don’t care, don’t give a damn, could care less, emotionless, flat, have no need of something, have no wish to do something, have no use for, indifferent, unaffiliated, unattached, uncommitted, unconcerned, uninvolved

Every minute counts

Every minute counts is an expression that emphasizes the importance of time. Referring to time, not to delay or waste time. 1. This is my one and only shot in New York, I'm going to make every minute count.   2. Emergency workers find themselves in situations...

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Old money

Old money refers to someone who has inherited the wealth of established upper-class families. Rich families who have been rich for several generations, especially those with high social status. Possessing wealth that has been inherited through several generations....

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In another’s shoes

To be in another's shoes means to put yourself in their position; status. To think, feel, imagine yourself in another person's situation. 1. If you were in my shoes, you'd know how I feel about racism.   2. I would never want you to be in my shoes.   3. I...

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