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Please explain about that And I need one word of that.

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'Caregiver'. A (primary) caregiver is the person who takes primary responsibility for someone who cannot care fully for himself or herself, such as a child. However, the term is more often used for people looking after the old or infirm.

[Caregiver - Wikipedia]

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My answer:

babysitter [Countable]

nanny [Countable]

Why I recommend these words:

The word "babysitter" is used to call a person that takes of children or babies temporarily.

The word "nanny" is used to call a person that takes of children or babies for a long period of time; let's say maybe 40 hours per week.

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    A babysitter is usually a short term role (i.e. for a few hours a week) so it's not a word applied to someone "who takes care of the child all the time". Aug 13 '20 at 9:32
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    Sounds fair. It's "nanny" then.
    – vincentlin
    Aug 13 '20 at 9:38

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