Child [noun]

Definition of Child:

very young person

Opposite/Antonyms of Child:



Sentence/Example of Child:

Once a child has one built, they can use an iOS or Android app and program actions via Google’s Blockly coding software.

The Norwegian government provides a big basket of universal benefits, including health care, free college at public universities, parental leave, child care, unemployment insurance, and more.

Apple added a “family setup” feature, which lets people link multiple Apple Watches to a single iPhone—a useful option for people with children who may not own a device of their own.

The challenge has been compounded in recent months by an increase in the number of children who have entered state care just before or at the time they are cleared for discharge, he said.

Through its Education Champion Network, the nonprofit organization is investing in initiatives like the Orenda Project, an app that enables digital learning for school-aged children across Pakistan, developed by entrepreneur Haroon Yasin.

Distance learning can be a lot to handle, and helping children navigate Windows or a Mac for the first time can be downright overwhelming.

Dust Bowl survivors and their children are less likely to go to college and more likely to live in poverty.

To be sure, many parents don’t have a choice and must send their children to school, despite very real fears of the virus.

We do so to save our capitalist system and corporations from the devastating consequences of their current approaches, and for the sake of our children, our societies, and the natural world.

Slow things down and help your child focus and find a sense of balance with an online yoga class.