an apartment or self-contained living area in a house, designed to be used by a caregiver
We bought a house with a nanny suite but use it as a recreation room.
noun 1. the portion of Social Security and Medicare taxes paid by the employer of a nanny, gardener, or other household worker. noun a federal or state tax levied on those who employ live-in domestic help Examples The nanny tax pays for the workers’ Social Security, Medicare, and unemployment benefits. noun phrase The legal requirement, […]
[nan-oh, ney-noh] /ˈnæn oʊ, ˈneɪ noʊ/ noun 1. Informal. . 1. a combining form with the meaning “very small, minute,” used in the formation of compound words (nanoplankton); in the names of units of measure it has the specific sense “one billionth” (10 -9): nanomole; nanosecond. combining form 1. denoting 10–9: nanosecond, n 2. indicating […]
unit, humour /nan’oh-ay”kr/ A unit (about 2 mm square) of real estate on a VLSI integrated circuit. VLSI nanoacres have costs in the same range as real acres once one allows for design and fabrication setup costs. [Jargon File] (1995-09-20)
noun a type of microorganism that is much smaller than normal bacteria, found in some living tissue and in rock; also called nanobe Examples Nanobacteria grown in the laboratory produce calcium phosphate formations, much like those found in kidney, gall, and bladder stones. Word Origin nano- + bacterium