meaning of babysit

babysit meaning in Etymology Dictionary

additionally baby-sit, 1947, from baby (letter.) + rest (v.); figurative use (frequently contemptuous) by 1968. Babysitting is from 1946.

babysit meaning in General Dictionary

work or act as a baby-sitter

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  • just take watchful responsibility for

Sentence Examples with the word babysit

He could babysit Baratto until a reasonable hour and then either call Anderson and turn him over to Andy Sackler, who was now in charge of the Wassermann case.

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