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Translation of "nanny" - English-Spanish dictionary

nanny

noun   /ˈnæn·i/ ( plural nannies)
someone whose job is to take care of a family’s children cuidador, -ora
(Definition of nanny from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nanny

noun /ˈnӕni/ ( plural nannies)
a children’s nurse. niñera She was looked after by a nanny when she was a child.
the nanny state noun
the welfare state as seen by its opponents estado de bienestar, (peyorativo) estado demasiado protector Personal responsibility is undermined by the government in the nanny state.
(Definition of nanny from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nanny”
in Korean 유모…
in Arabic مُرَبِيَة…
in Malaysian pengasuh…
in French nurse, nounou…
in Russian няня…
in Chinese (Traditional) (外)祖母…
in Italian bambinaia, tata…
in Turkish dadı…
in Polish opiekun/ka do dziecka, niania…
in Vietnamese người giữ trẻ…
in Portuguese babá…
in Thai พี่เลี้ยงเด็ก…
in German das Kindermädchen…
in Catalan mainader, -a…
in Japanese 子守, 乳母…
in Chinese (Simplified) (外)祖母…
in Indonesian perawat anak, suster…
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