Baby , why don’t you treat me like you used to do?
Handle the baby carefully.
Don’t drop the baby .
Do not give the baby meat to eat, because he can not digest it.
Don’t forget to admire the baby
The sick baby cried and struggled in its mother’s arms.
Don’t wake the baby .
Makes your baby more comfort and prevents leakage.
Walk softly as you approach the baby ’s crib.
They converted the study into a nursery when the baby was born.
For your baby .
You mustn’t practise the drums while the baby is sleeping.
The baby elephants were drinking from their mothers.
She bounced the baby on her knee.
She popped her baby into the nursery.
She settled the baby in the bed.
She detached the baby ’s hand from her dress.
She carried her baby on her back.
Her eyes settled on the baby .
Her baby was delivered by her own doctor.
Her baby arrived yesterday.
She nurses her baby .
She has farmed out her baby with her grandmother.
She was holding her baby in her arms.
She told her boy not to stamp on the floor and disturb the sleeping baby .
She squeezed her baby .
She elected to return to work after her baby was born.
She trod lightly so as not to wake the baby .
She rocked the baby asleep.
She sat the baby on the grass.
1.(of vegetables) picked before reaching their usual size.
‘ _baby_ carrots’
‘The only disappointment is the _baby_ potatoes that were obviously frozen.’
2.Comparatively small or immature of its kind.
‘a _baby_ version of the Oxford Movement’
‘The shirt was a pink _baby_ tee with a tiny pocket on the right side of my chest.’
1.A lover or spouse (often as a form of address)
‘my _baby_ left me for another guy’
‘I do love you _baby_ .’
2.A thing regarded with affection or familiarity.
‘this _baby_ can reach speeds of 120 mph’
‘I personally would not do it, simply because my laptop is my _baby_ .’
3.A timid or childish person.
‘‘Don’t be such a _baby_ !’ she said witheringly’
‘Maybe I shouldn’t be such a _baby_ about things, but I am upset with my doctor’s office right now.’
4.A very young animal.
‘bats only have one _baby_ a year’
‘ _baby_ rabbits’
5.A very young child.
‘his wife’s just had a _baby_ ’
‘a _baby_ girl’
6.One’s particular responsibility or concern.
‘‘This is your _baby_ , Gerry,’ she said, handing him the brief’
‘It’s my _baby_ so I don’t really have any time for any other bands.’
7.The youngest member of a family or group.
‘Clara was the _baby_ of the family’
‘From what Jim told him, Hannah Dawson is the _baby_ of the family.’
1.Treat (someone) as a baby; pamper or be overprotective towards.
‘her aunt _babied_ her and fussed over her clothes’
‘He accused her of _babying_ him up, and treating him too nicely.’
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