Definition of 'nanny'
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They can hire nannies at 1,500 a week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)English nannies are always looking to up their status. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But employing a nanny would be seen as putting on airs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We have put a nurse and a nanny in the room with him. Christianity Today (2000)Now she spent her days on the sofa and had to employ a nanny for the first five months. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Until now his parents have not had a full-time nanny. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The basement would be perfect for a live-in housekeeper or nanny. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The advantages of a live-in nanny who stays with you for at least a year are obvious. Double Income No Kids Yet? (1989)Her demands also include at least two homes and two full-time nannies. The Sun (2008)Currently it's a guest suite but could provide a nest for a nanny or housekeeper. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And does a modern live-in nanny eat with the family? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Indeed, parents will often hire nannies who speak a foreign language for that reason. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I get that there are those whose careers make having a full-time nanny the only possibility. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She was raised in Wales and is a former nanny and life-long vegan. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She had just returned from an official visit to Newcastle while her hubby had been at a former nanny's funeral. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'nanny'
British English: nanny /ˈnænɪ/ NOUN
A nanny is a person who is paid by parents to look after their children.
- American English: nanny
- Arabic: مُرَبِيَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: babá
- Chinese: 保姆
- Croatian: dadilja
- Czech: chůva
- Danish: barnepige
- Dutch: kinderjuffrouw
- European Spanish: niñera
- Finnish: lastenhoitaja
- French: nounou
- German: Kindermädchen
- Greek: νταντά
- Italian: tata
- Japanese: 乳母
- Korean: 보모
- Norwegian: barnepike
- Polish: niania
- European Portuguese: baby-sitter
- Romanian: bonă
- Russian: няня
- Spanish: niñera
- Swedish: barnsköterska
- Thai: พี่เลี้ยงดูแลเด็ก
- Turkish: çocuk bakıcısı
- Ukrainian: нянька
- Vietnamese: vú em
Definition of nanny from the Collins English Dictionary
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