What is another word for au pair?

431 synonyms found


[ ˌə͡ʊ pˈe͡ə], [ ˌə‍ʊ pˈe‍ə], [ ˌəʊ p_ˈeə]

Au pair is a term that typically refers to a young person who travels to another country to live with a host family and help with childcare and household tasks in exchange for room and board. While this term is widely used and recognized, there are also several synonyms that can be used to describe this type of arrangement. Some alternatives include nanny, babysitter, caregiver, domestic helper, and housekeeper. Each of these terms may have slightly different connotations, but they all refer to a person who provides assistance with child or household care in exchange for compensation or living arrangements.

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How to use "Au pair" in context?

As skilled as the au pairs are, sometimes their work can feel mundane and monotonous. However, au pairs also learn about different cultures and lifestyles, and can sometimes gain insight and new skills that they can take back with them to their home countries. Au pairs come from all over the world, so it is not unusual to find people from different backgrounds working together in an English-speaking household. Au pairs typically live with the family they are working for, although some families contract extra au pairs to help out with general household duties.

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