- of, relating to, or providing day care: day-care center; day-care program.
Origin of day-care
- supervised daytime care for preschool children, the elderly, or those with chronic disabilities, usually provided at a center outside the home.
Origin of day care
Examples from the Web for day-care
Contemporary Examples of day-care
Amy wanted to open a day-care center when she grew up and to have eight kids of her own.The Cops Who Found Out the Truth About GM's Deadly Cars—in 2006
July 17, 2014
In 1985, Michaels was arrested on the testimony of children at a New Jersey day-care center where she had worked.How the ‘Witch Hunt’ Myth Undermined American Justice
July 12, 2014
What Pelosi calls “my real epiphany” occurred when she visited a day-care center in San Francisco.Nancy Pelosi Talks About the Budget Vote, Obama’s Grit, Guns, and More
January 11, 2013
They got married in 1976 and her father worked as a contractor while her mother ran a day-care center and later became a teacher.Britney Spears Civil Trial Ends in Win for Singer and Her Family
Maria Elena Fernandez
November 2, 2012