nannying


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nannying

(ˈnænɪɪŋ)
n
1. the activity of nursing or looking after someone else's children
2. censorious the act of being overprotective; mollycoddling
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Translations

nannying

[ˈnænɪɪŋ] N
1. (= job) → profesión f de niñera
2. (pej) (= mollycoddling) → protección f excesiva
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nannying

n
(= job)Arbeit fals Kindermädchen
(pej: = mollycoddling) → Bemutterung f
adj (pej)bemutternd; stupid, nannying legislationdumme Gesetze, die die Bürger bevormunden wollen
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However, Borallo reportedly turned her down because she didn't want to leave her position nannying Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
"It seems nannying is becoming more popular in Eugene," said former nanny Allissa Murphy, 22.