[ UK /t‍ʃˈa‍ɪldke‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃaɪɫdˌkɛɹ/ ]
  1. a service involving care for other people's children
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How To Use childcare In A Sentence

  • She has rearranged her childcare in order to get into town for 8.20 am and give herself a better chance of finding a parking space.
  • Without the adequate provision of childcare, many women who wish to work are unable to do so.
  • Package holidays to the best resorts and chalets - especially those including childcare - are selling fast.
  • Childcare used to be thought of as a job for kind and patient people rather than the academically gifted. Times, Sunday Times
  • Are you willing to support her and help with childcare? The Sun
  • While the article vaunts the fact that men spend nearly 3.5 hours a week more on childcare now than they did in 1985, it glosses over the fact that women's childcare load has also increased - -and says nothing about the minuscule increases in men's contribution to housework and food preparation/cleanup. Joan Williams: Chore Wars and the Value of Work
  • An added boon is affordable childcare and home cooking. Times, Sunday Times
  • Private childcare is still too expensive for the average earner.
  • The policy covers 80 per cent of costs such as childcare, housekeeping, cooking, ironing and transport after the first 30 days.
  • A range of stringent health and safety considerations underpins the design and construction of the modern childcare facility.
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