Definition of 'day care'
Example sentences containing 'day care'
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We have very many elderly and frail people that attend day care and some are diabetic. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In many areas the local social services can arrange for elderly people who have some mobility to attend a day care centre. Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)For another, the day care meant getting outside the home without going back to full-time teaching. Christianity Today (2000)
Translations for 'day care'
British English: day care NOUN
Day care is care that is provided during the day for people who cannot look after themselves.
Day care enables women to get involved in other activities.
- American English: day care
- Brazilian Portuguese: creche
- Chinese: 日托
- European Spanish: cuidados de día
- French: soins en centre d'accueil
- German: Tagespflege
- Italian: assistenza diurna a persone non autosufficienti o bambini
- Japanese: デイケア
- Korean: 주간 보호 시설
- European Portuguese: creche
- Spanish: cuidados de día
Definition of day care from the Collins English Dictionary
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