babysitter


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ba·by·sit·ter

also ba·by-sit·ter  (bā′bē-sĭt′ər)
n.
1. A person engaged to care for one or more children in the temporary absence of parents or guardians.
2. A person who cares for or watches over someone or something that needs attention or guidance.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.babysitter - a person engaged to care for children when the parents are not homebabysitter - a person engaged to care for children when the parents are not home
keeper - someone in charge of other people; "am I my brother's keeper?"
Translations
opatrovnice dětí
babysitter
lapsenvahti
osoba koja čuva dijete
bébiszitterpótmama
ベビーシッター
아기 봐주는 사람
varuška
barnvakt
ผู้ช่วยเลี้ยงเด็ก
người giữ trẻ

babysitter

[ˈbeɪbisɪtər] nbaby-sitter mf

babysitter

جَلِيس الطِّفْل opatrovnice dětí babysitter Babysitter μπεϊμπισίτερ canguro, niñero lapsenvahti baby-sitter osoba koja čuva dijete babysitter ベビーシッター 아기 봐주는 사람 babysitter barnevakt opiekunka do dzieci babá, baby-sitter приходящая няня barnvakt ผู้ช่วยเลี้ยงเด็ก bebek bakıcısı người giữ trẻ 婴儿照看者
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Parents are notified that a babysitter is booked and can check the status of a request in the app at any time.
Dubai: A babysitter has been convicted of negligence after an 18-month-old boy in her care sustained burns to the soles of his feet in a nursery at Umm Suqeim.
It's not actually my son I'm worried about - I'd be more concerned about the babysitter not being able to handle his tantrums.
A BABYSITTER ended up in court after her customer's dog attacked a neighbour then savaged a cat.
With such a work schedule they are left with only one choice that is to leave their children in the care of common women babysitter, who are unable to provide the children with individual attention due to their large numbers.
The 43-year-old performer has apparently come to the realisation that she really doesn't have a lot in common with her 24-year-old backing dancer and is beginning to feel like his babysitter.
PROSECUTORS may appeal a 'soft sentence' handed to a teenage babysitter who abused two young sisters live on a webcam for a watching paedophile.
With its kooky electronic hooks and offbeat, mad-scientist inspired lyrics, TV Babysitter is a LOT of fun.
A US babysitter convicted of videotaping herself performing sex acts with children as young as two months old was sentenced to 125 years in prison yesterday.
NSPCC guidance suggests a parent should choose a babysitter who's over 16 - a child under this age can't be prosecuted for neglect or ill-treatment of children in their care, so if any harm came to a child they were looking after, the parents could be prosecuted.
She said: 'My sister came to stay with her two children and we wanted a babysitter.