childminder

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childminder

n
(Social Welfare) a person who looks after children, esp those whose parents are working
Translations
chůva
dagplejemor
perhepäivähoitaja
pazitelj djece
チャイルドマインダー
보모
dagmamma
คนดูแลเด็ก
người giữ trẻ

childminder

[ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪndəʳ] N (Brit) → niñera f

childminder

child-minder [ˈtʃaɪldmaɪndər] n (British)garde mf d'enfants

childminder

جَلِيسُ الطِفْل chůva dagplejemor Tagesmutter άτομο που προσέχει παιδιά niñero perhepäivähoitaja nounou pazitelj djece bambinaia チャイルドマインダー 보모 kinderoppas barnevakt opiekunka do dziecka babá, baby-sitter няня, присматривающая за детьми у себя на дому dagmamma คนดูแลเด็ก çocuk bakıcısı người giữ trẻ 儿童保育员
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'e survey found 86% of childminders do not intend to join a childminder agency, 81% of all practitioners expect agencies to lead to an increase in childcare fees, and 85% are opposed to plans not to require all agency-registered childminders to be inspected by Ofsted.