Definition of 'crèche'
Example sentences containing 'creche'
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The hotel has a free crèche. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Flexible working hours and on-site crèche facilities help people balance responsibilities at work and home. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Childcare vouchers are also available to help parents make ends meet but there are no on-site crèche facilities. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Other benefits include discounted crèche facilities at five nursery schools in the region, subsidised gym membership and a free concierge service. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Roaring fires, a crèche, spa and pool. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The biggest free crèche in town is, amazingly, planning to grow bigger still. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There's a free crèche and a gym, where personal trainers are available round the clock to help employees work off stress. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Translations for 'crèche'
British English: creche /krɛʃ/ NOUN
A creche is an establishment where very young children are looked after in the daytime, enabling their parents to work full time.
- American English: day nursery
- Arabic: حِضَانَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: creche
- Chinese: 托儿所
- Croatian: dječji vrtić
- Czech: jesle
- Danish: vuggestue
- Dutch: crèche
- European Spanish: guardería
- Finnish: päiväkoti
- French: crèche
- German: Kinderkrippe
- Greek: παιδικος σταθμός
- Italian: asilo nido
- Japanese: 託児所
- Korean: 탁아소
- Norwegian: daghjem
- Polish: żłobek
- European Portuguese: creche
- Romanian: creșă
- Russian: детские ясли
- Spanish: guardería infantil
- Swedish: barndaghem
- Thai: สถานที่ดูแลเด็ก
- Turkish: kreş
- Ukrainian: ясла
- Vietnamese: nhà trẻ
British English: crèche NOUN
A crèche is a place where small children can be left to be looked after while their parents are doing something else.
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