n (Social welfare)
1 (Brit) occupation, treatment, or supervision during the working day for people who might be at risk if left on their own, or whose usual carers need daytime relief
2 (Brit) welfare services provided by a local authority, health service, or voluntary body during the day
3 (N.Z.) short for →
n another name (esp. U.S. and N.Z.) for →
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