English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a child: a kid, a young person, a minor, an infant
Note that the plural of child is children.
UK: When I was a child, I enjoyed watching television.
US: I've just adopted 18 Polish children. They're so cute.
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- "I'll be brief, as we're both busy people: You are the father of my child."
- "Bruno : I'm coming, my child!"
- "of their children"
- "The children are the future, so leave these kids alone!"
- "Anyway, I don't want this child to change anything between us."
- "I simply want you to get to know your child and be involved in their life for the next 40 to 60 years."
- "On the corner is a banker with a motorcar, the little children laugh at him behind his back."
- "I believe the children are our future."
- "Also, it goes without saying (Horatio) that the children shouldn't be touched."
- "The bad news is that my tarantulas were accidentally delivered to a child's baptism.The good news is that Edward Moon is a bastard."
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