Vården mostly refers to "sjukvården", which is the health care. Dental care is actually not separated as much as in other countries.
The Stockholm has good health care. In north of Sweden they hardly has health care after dinner time. We have joked about that it should be bus tours going to Stockholm with the sick peoples from north because then they maybe will change the health care. :(
...or maybe they buy more busses... :( (Something that happens in some small cities in the countryside of Brazil: mayors buy ambulances for taking people to major cities hospitals, "solving their problem" instead of bearing the burden of building/equipping/maintaining a hospital and "creating more problem" - queues, etc)
I was marked wrong when I said hospital care. I understand that is maybe too limited, but care is so vague as to be meaningless unless there is a context which there wasn't.
Yeah, I can appreciate that the term is a little vague in either language, but the more explicit "hospital care" would be sjukhusvård(en) in Swedish.
There's an inconsistency here. I was told that my translation as "How is the care in S" should be "How is the health care in S" - yet when I come onto the discussion page, the given translation is just "care"!
Thanks for reporting! That's certainly not intended. May I ask, for troubleshooting, on what kind of device you're doing the translation, and what kind of exercise it was?
Thanks again. The unfortunate answer then is that I have absolutely no idea what might have caused it, but at least your translation was perfect.
It’s care as in healthcare or dental care. It’s related to the word ’ward’ but doesn’t necessarily translate as it.
Why is " What is the care in Stockholm like? " wrong? It asks for a quality!
It was just missing, we had "like in Stockholm?" but not the other way around. Added it now.