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day care

noun as in childcare during the day

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The District paid these subsidies through much of the pandemic even if facilities were closed, but stopped paying them in November for students who were not enrolled in a day care — a move that pushed more child care facilities to reopen.

In the short term of the first quarter of the year, I expect to see more women exiting the workforce, especially if schools remain closed and day cares remain closed.

From Fortune

The legislation also offered an additional 10 weeks of paid leave to parents affected by school or day care closures.

From Vox

My husband, at his organization, they have a day care for us as well.

From Fortune

Many day care centers are closed, and of those that are open, some require even pre-school kids to wear masks.

From Quartz

Amy wanted to open a day-care center when she grew up and to have eight kids of her own.

In 1985, Michaels was arrested on the testimony of children at a New Jersey day-care center where she had worked.

When two people have to work late, who will meet that inflexible day-care pickup time?

What Pelosi calls “my real epiphany” occurred when she visited a day-care center in San Francisco.

They got married in 1976 and her father worked as a contractor while her mother ran a day-care center and later became a teacher.

And their talk was of Christine, of her love and patience, and her night-and-day care.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to day-care, such as: child care, daycare, nursery, nursery school, preschool, and after-school care.

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