Child-mind



verb

to babysit; to look after children
Examples

eighth-graders signed up to child-mind
Word Origin

1969; back-formation from childminder

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  • Childminder

    [chahyld-mahyn-der] /ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪn dər/ noun, British. 1. a baby-sitter. noun 1. a person who looks after children, esp those whose parents are working noun a person who cares for other people’s children as employment; also written child-minder Usage Note UK; childminding n

  • Child-minder

    [chahyld-mahyn-der] /ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪn dər/ noun, British. 1. a baby-sitter. noun 1. a person who looks after children, esp those whose parents are working noun See childminder noun a person who cares for other people’s children as employment; also written child-minder Usage Note UK; childminding n



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    [chahyld-nis] /ˈtʃaɪld nɪs/ noun, Archaic. 1. the quality of being a .

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