look after (somebody or something) = take care of (somebody or something)
- Who looks after the baby when you are at work?
- My father is almost ninety years old. Someone has to look after him night and day.
- My mother will look after the children for the weekend.
- She is really sick. They have hired a nurse to look after her at home.
- I have to go to the bathroom. Will you look after my suitcase for me?
- You have lost too much weight. You haven ‘t been looking after yourself.
- Don ‘t worry about Tom. He can look after himself.
- Can you look after my things while I go get a sandwich?
- Who looks after this beautiful garden? It is really well looked after.