What is 'nanny' when translated from English to Italian?

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Bambinaia and, more informally, tata are Italian equivalents of the English word "nanny." The feminine singular nouns respectively translate as "babysitter," "nanny" or "nursemaid" (case 1) or as "child-minder" or "nanny" (example 2). The respective pronunciations will be "BAM-bee-NEYE-a" and "TA-ta" in Pisan Italian.
Bambinaia in Italian is "nanny" in English.
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