- care provided for children without homes (or with a seriously disturbed home life)
by a local authority
- care and supervision of children whose parents are working, provided by a childminder
or local authority
Translations for 'childcare'
- British English: childcare Childcare refers to looking after children.Both partners shared childcare.ˈtʃaɪldˌkɛə NOUN
- Arabic: رَعَايَة الأَطْفال
- Brazilian Portuguese: serviço de cuidado infantil
- Chinese: 育儿
- Croatian: briga o djeci
- Czech: péče o děti
- Danish: børneforsorg
- Dutch: kinderopvang
- European Spanish: cuidado de los niños
- Finnish: lastenhoito
- French: garde d’enfants
- German: Kinderbetreuung
- Greek: παιδική φροντίδα
- Italian: strutture di assistenza ai bambini
- Japanese: 児童養護
- Korean: 육아
- Norwegian: barnepass
- Polish: opieka nad dzieckiem
- Portuguese: serviço de cuidado infantil
- Romanian: îngrijirea copiilor
- Russian: уход за детьми
- Spanish: puericultura
- Swedish: barnomsorg
- Thai: การดูแลเลี้ยงเด็ก
- Turkish: çocuk bakımı
- Ukrainian: догляд за дитиною
- Vietnamese: sự trông trẻ
Example Sentences Including 'childcare'
Accommodation, education, health, maintenance, childcare , contact.
MAN AND WIFE (2002)
Affordable childcare was the second most mentioned category, with 18 %.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Delivering his Pre-Budget Report, he was expected to outline tax breaks for businesses to improve childcare facilities for workers.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
Improvements in childcare would be funded by a rise in employers ' PRSI, the party's manifesto proposes.
Irish Times (2002)
Krasic had to set up an assassination and childcare , and he knew which was harder of those two to manage.
THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Nick Frost is currently a Development Officer with responsibility for childcare services in a social services department.
Taking Child Abuse Seriously: Contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice
No wonder it is an uphill struggle to get men to work in childcare.
The measure would raise E400 million that would fund the E750 million childcare package put forward by Labour in its election pledges.
Irish Times (2002)
War work at the Babies ' Centre in Middlesbrough; childcare , sewing, knitting.
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