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Inglês Britânico: foster /ˈfɒstə/ VERB
If you foster a child, you take him or her into your family as a foster child.
- Inglês Americano: foster
- Árabe: يَتَبَنَّى يتبنى
- Português Brasileiro: criar o filho de alguém
- Chinês: 养育
- Croata: njegovati
- Tcheco: vzít do opatrování
- Dinamarquês: opfostre
- Holandês: in het gezin opnemen
- Espanhol Europeu: colocar en una familia de acogida
- Finlandês: kasvattaa kasvattilasta
- Francês: prendre en placement
- Alemão: ein Kind in Pflege nehmen
- Grego: ανατρέφω
- Italiano: prendere in affidamento
- Japonês: 養育する
- Coreano: 위탁 양육하다
- Norueguês: fostre
- Polonês: wychować
- Português Europeu: criar o filho de alguém
- Romeno: a adopta
- Russo: воспитывать
- Espanhol: colocar en una familia de acogida
- Sueco: fostra
- Tailandês: เลี้ยงดูเด็ก
- Turco: koruyucu aile olmak
- Ucraniano: всиновлювати
- Vietnamita: nuôi dưỡng
Inglês Britânico: foster ADJECTIVE
Foster parents are people who officially take a child into their family for a period of time, without becoming the child's legal parents.
The child was placed with foster parents.
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