Definition of 'childcare'
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For parents who do want to work there should be free or reduced childcare. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many students struggle with the pressure of studying alongside working, childcare needs or commuting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With her son now at school her childcare costs are reduced and she hopes in the long term to save and join a shared ownership scheme. Times, Sunday Times (2016)HUNDREDS of nurseries fear closure if ministers press on with plans to double free childcare to 30 hours, a survey found. The Sun (2016)If you're not eligible, check if your firm offers childcare vouchers under a salary sacrifice scheme and see if you are eligible for childcare tax credits. The Sun (2016)Thus we need to provide affordable and accessible childcare options. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Do they now get equal pay and help with the childcare? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It comes after a consultation with parents found that many needed childcare outside normal working hours. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We have no funding and provide childcare and educational activities to high standards. The Sun (2011)Yet activists and outraged parents continue to claim that the costs of childcare are unacceptably high. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The childcare provider then cashes in the value of the voucher from the childcare voucher company. Times, Sunday Times (2008)An added boon is affordable childcare and home cooking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)All the main parties have made flagship pledges to assist with childcare and housing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There will be something to help make their childcare more affordable. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Are you willing to support her and help with childcare? The Sun (2015)She also pointed out that grandparents provided free childcare. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Parents were more concerned with makeshift childcare arrangements than spending the day in a classroom. Times, Sunday Times (2011)With the cost of childcare she would be better off financially if she did not work. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Childcare vouchers are another popular benefit offered by an increasing number of employers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She also maintains that a lack of affordable childcare stops mothers working. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Plus we just couldn't afford decent childcare. The Sun (2011)The council is soon to launch home and mobile working, childcare vouchers and flexible retirements. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Thirty hours' free childcare a week for working mums. The Sun (2015)The package can include help towards school and university fees plus help with housing, childcare and setting up a business. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Second, we need decent, affordable childcare. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'childcare'
British English: childcare /ˈtʃaɪldˌkɛə/ NOUN
Childcare refers to looking after children.
Both partners shared childcare.
- American English: childcare
- 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
- European 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
Definition of childcare from the Collins English Dictionary
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