be in (someone's) care(redirected from be in someone's care)
be in (someone's) care
To be supervised or attended to by someone. If I go back to work, the younger kids will have to be in my oldest daughter's care. The Jefferson accounts will be in Dave's care while I'm out on leave.
See also: care
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