Definition of babysit in English:
verb (babysits, babysitting; past and past participle babysat)[no object]
Look after a child or children while the parents are out: I babysit for my neighbor sometimes [with object]: she was babysitting Sophie (as noun babysitting) part-time jobs such as babysitting
More example sentences
- We give by baking cookies for a neighbour, offering to babysit for weary parents or spending time with a lonely person.
- We have had some beautiful letters from the parents of children she babysat.
- Which reminds me, I need to get in touch with all the usual parents I babysit for, and tell them to call me here at Alex's instead.
- Example sentences
- Manchester came top in most categories, including kindergartens and nursery schools, babysitters and nannies.
- Meanwhile, five out of 27 agencies offering nannies and babysitters had requirements placed on them by inspectors to improve their services.
- And our enquiries have uncovered serious problems with a similar proportion of childcare agencies that provide nannies and babysitters.
Definition of babysit in:
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