carer

noun /ˈkɛəɹə(ɹ),ˈkɛəɹɚ/
someone who looks after another, either as a job or often through family responsibilities.

Have you thought of a job as a carer for disabled people?


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  • carer — For the purposes of a request for flexible working, a carer is an employee who has been continuously employed for at least 26 weeks and who is or expects to be caring for a someone who is aged 18 or over and who is either their spouse, partner or …   Law dictionary

  • carer — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a family member or paid helper who regularly looks after a sick, elderly, or disabled person …   English terms dictionary

  • carer — UK [ˈkeərə(r)] / US [ˈkerər] noun [countable] Word forms carer : singular carer plural carers British someone who looks after a person who is ill or unable to look after themselves …   English dictionary

  • carer — [[t]ke͟ərə(r)[/t]] carers N COUNT A carer is someone who is responsible for looking after another person, for example, a person who is disabled, ill, or very young. [BRIT] We are looking for foster carers who can care for a child for a few days …   English dictionary

  • carer — noun see care II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • carer — car|er [ˈkeərə US ˈkerər] n BrE someone who looks after an old or ill person at home …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • carer — n. one who cares …   English contemporary dictionary

  • carer — racer …   Anagrams dictionary

  • carer — noun Brit. a family member or paid helper who regularly looks after a sick, elderly, or disabled person …   English new terms dictionary

  • carer — noun (C) BrE someone who stays at home to look after a relative who is old, ill etc …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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