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child care

noun as in institution or home service involving care for children

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The state of childcare in this nation goes from inadequate to deplorable, even as compared to the child care centers of the 1940s.

President Obama is right to point how the exorbitant cost of child care can be devastating for families.

Child care is probably the costliest part of having a severely disabled child.

Education, health care, child care, and retirement security are some of these.

What my daughters see me doing most of the time—the part they can wrap their heads around—is child care and housework.

I think she read to me from a book on child care in Russian that she had—or perhaps I have not said that.

I referred to the fact that she read to me from a child care book.

Additionally, a major effort will be focused on encouraging the expansion of private community child care.

And let's work together to do the will of the people--clean air, child care, the educational excellence act, crime and drugs.

Child care is the next frontier we must face to enable people to succeed at home and at work.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to child care, such as: babysitting, day care, governance, babyminding, family service, and infant care.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.