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    Voc

    Is there a word that means the education and care you are given as a child?

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    Re: Voc

    Quote Originally Posted by indifferent View Post
    Is there a word that means the education and care you are given as a child?
    What is "Voc" supposed to mean?

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    Re: Voc

    Upbringing, nurturing, nurture (depending on how you want to use it)

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    Re: Voc

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    What is "Voc" supposed to mean?
    I wanted to signal that my question is connected with vocabulary

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    Re: Voc

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Upbringing, nurturing, nurture (depending on how you want to use it)
    ''Nutrure'' is the word I've looked for Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Voc

    Quote Originally Posted by indifferent View Post
    I wanted to signal that my question is connected with vocabulary
    No one much cares. You need to write something like "education and care" - something specific to your question, something that lets people remember your question from the title, something that allows others to search for it.

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