reasonable care

Definition of "reasonable care"
  1. The level of caution and attention a level-headed, careful person would exercise in the same situation, often used to assess negligence and potential liability
How to use "reasonable care" in a sentence
  1. The law states that every worker must exercise reasonable care while performing their duties.
  2. The pedestrian didn't exercise reasonable care while crossing the street, leading to an accident.
  3. The failed safety measures showed the company didn't exert reasonable care.

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