Usually simply another way of saying bye. But in some cases, this word is said when for example cutting someone off
, when talking to someone you really don't wanna hear from again, or telling someone you're taken or have moved on. In basic, it's another way of saying see you around
or kick rocks
It's the bye you say when you don't wanna f*ck with a certain person anymore.
I'm seeing your best friend now, and we're getting married in June. Take care!
P1: You're a police officer now?
P2: Yeah, been on the force for 8 years now.
P1: Never would have thought you the type, what with that incident back in the day...
P2: Riiiiight....take care.
used when saying goodbye to family and friends. To be careful.
Take care! See you next week!
Take care when driving in icy conditions.
To exterminate, or kill. Usually a mob term.
"You want me to take care of her, boss?"
1) What you say when you have nothing left to say to the person you are talking to, particularly towards the end of a fight. Usually meant to say that you couldn't care less about that person or what he/she does.
2) A way to call someone every nasty word you can think of without saying them all because the person you are saying it to either too stupid to understand any of them, or is not worth your time. In other words, it's like saying goodbye in a "fuckyou" fashion.
1) bitch: you're a cunt.
you: alright, that's fine.
bitch: oh, and I slept with your ex, just sayin.
you: take fucking care, bitch.
2) guy: I love you!
girl: I love you, too!
-1 week later-
guy: yeah... I met someone else
girl: well take care then!
Commonly used as a parting statement when saying good bye. People say it and do not ever stop to think about what it really infers when using it. So it is used incorrectly very often. It is actually a put down to the receiver. It's like saying your behaving odd and or crazy at this particular moment in time. A person in the conversation notes the above and points this out to the receiver by saying it when departing the conversion and or area. The receiver normally never notices it, so to say “right over their head”. See Have Fun.
Person enters room talking up a storm about something that is e relevant to what is going on in the present.
Person notes this when leaving room and says "take care" to this person, perhaps instead of have a good one or have a great one which would be more up beat.
A term often used as a closing line in official government emails, but misunderstood by the guy at the depot as a definish dans dat Urban Dictionary. I guess this definition fulfills their belief. Damn, you gots me!
"guy, Im really looking forward to the definish of takes care in urbandictionary.com!"