What is the definition of "babysit"?

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To babysit is to temporarily care for a child on behalf of the child's parents. Most of the time babysitting involves looking after a young child, playing games, cooking and studying with the child.
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ba·by-sit
[bey-bee-sit]
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [BA·BY-SAT, BA·BY-SIT·TING.]
1.
to take charge of a child while the parents are temporarily away.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [BA·BY-SAT, BA·BY-SIT·TING.]
2.
to baby-sit for (a child): We've placed an ad for someone to baby-sit the youngsters in the evening.
3.
to take watchful responsibility for; tend: It will be necessary for someone to baby-sit the machine until it is running properly.
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