1. take care of sb/sth
look after yourself
The phrasal verb look after means 'to take care of'. You might 'look after' a person or an animal, or you can 'look after' a task or a customer. "Would you like to make a booking? I can look after that for you." "I can look after the children when you are at the wedding, if you like." This is a popular phrasal verb used in both social and professional contexts.