child

child
n.

1) to adopt; bear, give birth to, have a child (she had four children)

2) to carry a child (a mother carries a child for nine months)

3) to beget; conceive a child

4) to bring up, raise, rear a child

5) to feed; nurse; wean a child

6) to indulge, pamper, spoil a child

7) to toilet-train, train a child

8) to acknowledge a child (as one's own)

9) to marry off one's child

10) an adopted; foster; illegitimate, love, natural; legitimate; only; unwanted child

11) a delinquent; disobedient; incorrigible; mischievous; problem; recalcitrant; stubborn; unruly; self-willed, willful; wayward child

12) an indulged, pampered, spoiled child

13) a disciplined, obedient, well-behaved child

14) a bright, gifted, intelligent; sensitive child

15) a precocious; young child

16) a dull, slow; handicapped; retarded; underprivileged child

17) a flower (of the 1960s); latchkey (who comes home to an empty house) child

18) a happy; loving; well-cared for child

19) an abused, mistreated; neglected child

20) a child develops, grows (into adulthood)

21) (misc.) to be with child (old-fashioned) ('to be pregnant')

* * *
[tʃaɪld]
conceive a child
foster
give birth to
handicapped
illegitimate
incorrigible
latchkey (who comes home to an empty house) child
loving
mischievous
mistreated
neglected child
only
pamper
pampered
rear a child
recalcitrant
self-willed
sensitive child
spoil a child
spoiled child
train a child
underprivileged child
unruly
unwanted child
wayward child
wean a child
well-behaved child
well-cared for child
wilful
young child
grows (into adulthood)
have a child (she had four children)
a bright
a delinquent
a disciplined
a dull
a happy
a precocious
a child develops
an abused
an adopted
an indulged
to adopt
to adopt
to beget
to bring up
to feed
to indulge
to marry off one's child
to toilet-train
(misc.) to be with child ('to be pregnant'; old-fashioned)
to carry a child (a mother carries a child for nine months)
to acknowledge a child (as one's own)
a flower (of the 1960s)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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См. также в других словарях:

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