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crechenoun [C]

 us   /kreʃ/
a model of the people and animals present at the birth of Jesus, used as a decoration at Christmas
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crèchenoun [C]

(also creche) uk   us   /kreʃ/ UK
WORKPLACE, HR a place where young children are taken care of during the day while their parents do something else, especially work, study, or shop: Her son was in the crèche while she worked. There are no creche facilities provided for staff.
(Definition of crèche from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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