child

дитина; малолітній, неповнолітній (ім. ); нащадок
- child allowance
- child-bearing
- child benefit
- child born out of wedlock
- child care
- child care leave
- child-care leave
- child committed to care
- child constriction
- child destruction
- child en ventre
- child from a split home
- child guidance center
- child guidance centre
- child in arms
- child in care
- child in the household
- child in ward
- child killer
- child labor
- child labour
- child laborer
- child labourer
- child maintenance
- child maintenance payment
- child marriage
- child minding
- child molestation
- child murderer
- child neglect
- child of a broken home
- child of another bed
- child of body
- child of first marriage
- child of former marriage
- child of tender years
- child of unmarried parents
- child prostitution
- child protection
- child sexual abuse
- child sexual assault
- child supplement
- child support
- child-support alimony
- child-support alimony payment
- child-support alimony payments
- child support maintenance
- child tax allowance
- child tax credit
- child welfare
- child welfare committee
- child's care
- child's insurance
- child's parents

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  • child — n pl chil·dren 1: a son or daughter of any age and usu. including one formally adopted compare issue ◇ The word child as used in a statute or will is often held to include a stepchild, an illegitimate child, a person for whom one stands in loco… …   Law dictionary

  • child — child; Children Progeny; offspring of parentage. Unborn or recently born human being. Wilson v. Weaver, 358 F.Supp. 1147, 1154. At common law one who had not attained the age of fourteen years, though the meaning now varies in different statutes; …   Black's law dictionary

  • child — W1S1 [tʃaıld] n plural children [ˈtʃıldrən] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(young person)¦ 2¦(son/daughter)¦ 3¦(somebody influenced by an idea)¦ 4¦(somebody who is like a child)¦ 5 something is child s play 6 children should be seen and not heard 7 be with child …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Child & Co. — Child Co. Type Subsidiary Industry Private Banking and Wealth Management Founded 1664 Headquarters …   Wikipedia

  • Child — (ch[imac]ld), n.; pl. {Children} (ch[i^]l dr[e^]n). [AS. cild, pl. cildru; cf. Goth. kil[thorn]ei womb, in kil[thorn][=o] with child.] 1. A son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of human… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Child — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Desmond Child (* 1953), US amerikanischer Songschreiber, Komponist und Produzent Eilidh Child (* 1987), britische Leichtathletin Jane Child (* 1967), kanadische Musikerin und Popularmusiksängerin Josiah… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • child — [ tʃaıld ] (plural chil|dren [ tʃıldrən ] ) noun count *** 1. ) a young person from the time they are born until they are about 14 years old: The nursery has places for 30 children. The movie is not suitable for young children. He can t… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • child — child; child·hood; child·ing; child·ish; child·less; child·ly; fair·child·ite; grand·child; twi·child; un·child; child·ish·ly; child·ish·ness; child·less·ness; child·like·ness; …   English syllables

  • Child 44 —   Author(s) Tom Rob Smith Country United Kingdom …   Wikipedia

  • child — [chīld] n. pl. children [ME, pl. childre (now dial. childer; children is double pl.) < OE cild, pl. cild, cildru < IE * gelt , a swelling up < base * gel , rounded (sense development: swelling womb fetus offspring > Goth kilthei, womb …   English World dictionary

  • child — O.E. cild child, infant, from P.Gmc. *kiltham (source of Gothic kilþei womb, Dan. kuld children of the same marriage ); no certain cognates outside Germanic. Also in O.E. meaning a youth of gentle birth (archaic, usually written childe). In 16c …   Etymology dictionary


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