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nannynoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈnæn.i/

nanny noun [C] (JOB)

a woman whose job is to take care of a particular family's children

nanny noun [C] (GRANDMOTHER)

UK informal child's word for a grandmother: [as form of address] Can I have a drink, Nanny?
Translations of “nanny”
in Arabic مُرَبِيَة…
in Korean 유모…
in Malaysian pengasuh…
in French nurse, nounou…
in Turkish dadı…
in Italian bambinaia, tata…
in Chinese (Traditional) (外)祖母…
in Russian няня…
in Polish opiekun/ka do dziecka, niania…
in Vietnamese người giữ trẻ…
in Spanish niñera…
in Portuguese babá…
in Thai พี่เลี้ยงเด็ก…
in German das Kindermädchen…
in Catalan mainader, -a…
in Japanese 子守, 乳母…
in Indonesian perawat anak, suster…
in Chinese (Simplified) (外)祖母…
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