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The nursery school had taught the old masters a lesson. The Sun (2017)The trust says she wore the costume to win at a nursery sports day. The Sun (2016)With his voice kept in condition by singing loads of nursery rhymes, those concerts will be a doddle. The Sun (2016)Although she is paid 25,000 a year she was already struggling with bills because of the cost of nursery care. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A masked runner-up is a trainee nursery teacher. The Sun (2016)The new website has the potential to introduce us to some real nursery and garden gems, and will help strengthen our fine horticultural reputation. The Sun (2016)This requires serious efforts from government, and parents Money moment has to invest nursery education especially homes. The Sun (2016)One of the last things she was able to do, in fact, was to sing nursery rhymes with her granddaughter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What about encouraging student nurses to spend time in nursery schools or elderly care homes? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Young plants are usually purchased from plant nurseries and garden supply centres. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Whether this definition is broad enough to cover church nursery workers is not clear at this time. Christianity Today (2000)One of her teachers at nursery said it was getting worse and she was holding her arm. The Sun (2007)But sprays do have a place in nurseries and in quarantine. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The wife is a qualified nursery nurse. The Sun (2012)We need to improve nursery education and teaching in schools. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Schools and nurseries should similarly be mindful. The Sun (2015)Most garden centres and nurseries stock a small range of common herbs. Planning the Organic Herb Garden (1986)She is now 2½ years old and at nursery three days a week. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In France nursing homes and nurseries are often in the same building. Times, Sunday Times (2006)BINGO halls and sport centres will be used as nurseries in a new drive to boost childcare places. The Sun (2013)Remember the old nursery rhyme? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Not only that, she's also told her interior design team to transform his spare room into a nursery. The Sun (2011)
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British English: nursery /ˈnɜːsərɪ/ NOUN
A nursery is a place where children who are not old enough to go to school are looked after.
Her company ran its own nursery.
- American English: nursery
- Arabic: حَضَانَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: quarto de criança
- Chinese: 托儿所
- Croatian: vrtić
- Czech: jesle
- Danish: børnehave
- Dutch: kinderdagverblijf
- European Spanish: guardería
- Finnish: lastenhuone
- French: crèche
- German: Kinderzimmer
- Greek: παιδικό δωμάτιο
- Italian: camera dei bambini
- Japanese: 子供部屋
- Korean: 육아실
- Norwegian: barneværelse
- Polish: żłobek
- European Portuguese: quarto de criança
- Romanian: creșă
- Russian: детская комната
- Spanish: guardería
- Swedish: daghem
- Thai: สถานรับเลี้ยงเด็ก
- Turkish: çocuk odası
- Ukrainian: ясла
- Vietnamese: nhà trẻ
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