Pass auf dich auf.

Meanings

1.
Take care!
(This sounds much more "anxious" in German, than in English. Parents say that for instance when the fledgling goes on their first travel alone.)

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Vocab:

passen, reinpassen, raufpassen, anpassen, die Anpassung, aufpassen, passieren


Word Family

Root: *pete-

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