Examples of nanny in a Sentence
When I was growing up, I had a nanny.
wrote a memoir recounting her days as a nanny for the rich and often indiscreet
Recent Examples of nanny from the Web
Lina adds Sunny to the household – despite the looming accusation of theft – elevating her from hotel maid to Karen’s ayi, a glorified nanny.
That sentiment was echoed by every parent, grandparent and nanny in the vicinity.
In June, the 36-year-old denied purchasing a Lexus SUV for his children’s nanny on her birthday as a romantic gesture.
This is a city where mothers and nannies pushing little ones in strollers talk nonstop to friends on their cellphones and ignore the child gazing out at the world with fresh eyes.
Nelson could face the death penalty in the killing of Jennifer Fulford, 56, who was a personal assistant and nanny to real estate investor Reid Berman.
As for her previous nanny position, that’s being put on the back burner for now; having recently learned about the pollution from the fashion industry, Bekah has her sights set on giving back to the environment in a stylish way.
According to Ladbrokes, William and Harry’s former assistant and nanny Tiggy Pettifer is at the top of the shortlist, along with William’s outgoing private secretary and close friend Miguel Head, with odds listed at 2/1 and 5/4, respectively.
Melrose police are reminding people that leaving children and pets in a hot car can be dangerous following an incident Thursday in which a toddler was accidentally locked in one by a nanny, police said.
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Definition of nanny for English Language Learners
: a woman who is paid to care for a young child usually in the child's home
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