baby-sit definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to deal with a kid or young ones when you look at the absence of a parent or guardian.
    • To take care of or view over someone or something like that needing interest or guidance.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To provide maintain (a kid) in lack of a parent or guardian.
    • to look at over or have a tendency: baby-sat the neighbor's flowers for per week.
  • verb:
    • to look at or have a tendency someone else's kid for some time, frequently for money.
    • to look at or go to any such thing or anyone unnecessarily closely; to need to assist or coax too much.
    • become a baby-sitter.
    • simply take watchful obligation for
    • work or behave as a baby-sitter

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