As a Noun:
1. The feeling of having no particular interest or concern in something. English = indifference.
2. Behaviour that shows little concern or interest; behaviour that shows little concern for the consequences or risks of actions. English = carelessness; recklessness.
3. Behaviour which shows little care or attention towards someone or something than what is deserved and expected. English = neglect, negligence.
4. Behaviour which is careless and awkward and often results in things being knocked over or broken. English = clumsiness, recklessness.
As a Verb or Adjective:
1. To not have any particular interest or concern in something. English = not care, (be) indifferent.
2. To behave in such a way as to show that you have no particular concern or interest in what you are doing. You do not care if it is done properly or if any damage is caused. English = (be) careless, (be) reckless.
3. To behave towards someone or something a without the care or attention that they need or deserve. English = neglect, (be) negligent.
4. To move or handle things in a careless, awkward way, often so that things are knocked over or broken. English = (be) clumsy, (be) reckless.
1. Used alone to mean that you have no particular interest or concern in something. English = 'I don't care!', 'I couldn't care less!', 'I don't give a damn!', 'It's all the same to me!', and so on.