toddler


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tod·dler

 (tŏd′lər)
n.
One who toddles, especially a young child learning to walk.

toddler

(ˈtɒdlə)
n
1. a young child, usually one between the ages of one and two and a half
2. (modifier) designed or suitable for a toddler: toddler suits.
ˈtoddlerˌhood n

tod•dler

(ˈtɒd lər)

n.
a person who toddles, esp. a young child learning to walk.
[1785–95]
tod′dler•hood`, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toddler - a young childtoddler - a young child        
child, kid, minor, nipper, tiddler, youngster, tike, shaver, small fry, nestling, fry, tyke - a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
Translations
طِفْلٌ صَغِيرٌ يَبْدَأُ الـمَشْيطِفْل في بدايَة المَشْي
batole
lille barntumling
LeitkegelLübecker HütchenPylonVerkehrshütchenVerkehrsleitkegel
etulo
taapero
malo dijete
kis totyogó
smábarn
よちよち歩きの幼児
아장아장 걷는 아이
batoľa
litet barn
เด็กวัยหัดเดิน
đứa trẻ mới biết đi

toddler

[ˈtɒdləʳ] N (= small child) → niño/a m/f pequeño/a (que empieza a caminar or en edad de aprender a andar)

toddler

[ˈtɒdlər] nenfant mf qui commence à marcher, bambin m

toddler

nKleinkind nt

toddler

[ˈtɒdləʳ] n (small child) → bambino/a che impara a camminare

toddle

(ˈtodl) verb
(especially of a very young child) to walk unsteadily. The child is toddling.
ˈtoddler noun
a very young child (who has just begun to be able to walk).

toddler

طِفْلٌ صَغِيرٌ يَبْدَأُ الـمَشْي batole lille barn Kleinkind νήπιο niño pequeño taapero bambin malo dijete bambino piccolo よちよち歩きの幼児 아장아장 걷는 아이 kleuter småbarn berbeć criança que começa a andar ребенок, начинающих ходить litet barn เด็กวัยหัดเดิน yeni yürümeye başlayan çocuk đứa trẻ mới biết đi 蹒跚学步的孩子

toddler

n. niño-a que comienza a caminar.
References in classic literature ?
There was nothing he might not do in the future, having already done the biggest thing, this toddler up club-steps to-day.
And again, she would send one of her toddlers in to him with a great pitcher of hot soup, debating inwardly the while whether she was justified in taking it from the mouths of her own flesh and blood.
There was his wife, Alice, and then there were his children, Weedon and Maud, toddlers of four and six.
One by one, when they were scarcely toddlers, he took them down to the lagoon, and made them into amphibians.
THE Freedome trampoline park near Cheshire Oaks has launched a new toddler party package for young birthday bouncers, priced PS10 per person.
MOST parents know what healthy foods they should give their toddler, but many don't know how much of that food to give him/her, and how often.
In order to understand the influence of the environment on the development of a given age period of children (in this case, toddler age), we need to consider the changes that take place in the environment and also, 'the changes that have taken place within children themselves that condition the nature of environmental influences on their subsequent mental development' (Bozhovich, 2009, p, 66).
com)-- Smarter Toddler Nursery and Preschool[R], a top-tier private preschool in New York City, partnered with teen Youtube star and former student, Sophie Ming, to produce a 30-second promotional teaser video for its newest locations in Williamsburg and the Financial District.
Toddlers: Your toddler will stay "nice" and warm in this (http://www.
Try to avoid rushing mealtimes and don't leave meals until your toddler is too hungry or overtired as they may not eat as well.
About seven in 10 toddler dinners studied contained too much salt, and most cereal bars, breakfast pastries and snacks for infants and toddlers contained extra sugars, according to the study by researchers at the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
TRY THIS: On each of your daily walks in the neighborhood, have your toddler bring home one leaf he likes.