Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Toddler"

The meaning of "Toddler" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Camel-toed toddler mean?
A: This is a bit inappropriate:

Camel-toe is a vulgar term for when a woman's pants ride up in the front and crotch region and get stuck in-between her labia taking the appearance of a camel's toe/foot.

to your question, it means that a toddler has encountered this situation.
Q: What does "Tell your toddler a movie you know as a story, STARRING them, for easier bedtime." mean?
A: To tell a story where the main character is replaced by your toddler. So I could take a children's movie and tell them the plot, but say that they are the main character

You could do this using third person "Sally was a very curious three-year old and decided to investigate...." or using second person "You decided to investigate..." The second option would be more appropriate for toddlers, because it would be easier to understand.
Q: What does toddler mean?
A: A child from 1 to 3 years old
Q: What does toddler mean?
A: It's a young child who has just recently been able to walk
Around 2 years old
Q: What does The toddler in the cartoon is held spellbound by the figure on the screen mean?
A: This means that the toddler is amazed by the cartoon. Spellbound has the word "spell" in it. A spell is a magical force that causes mystical things to happen... Like Harry Potter. Haha.

Example sentences using "Toddler"

Q: Please show me example sentences with toddler.
A: It's hard to take care of toddlers.
My toddler keeps biting other kids.
I have two toddlers and a teen.
When she was a toddler, she was really curious.
Stop acting like a toddler.
Q: Please show me example sentences with toddler and elderly.
A: but why u say is a toddler and the other one u said is elderly why u didn't say he's an elderly
Q: Please show me example sentences with toddlers.
A: This kindergarten is filled with toddlers. They are adorable.
Q: Please show me example sentences with toddler(do people often use this?).
A: People do often use it. It's basically another word for "baby", but very young in age. Diapers for toddlers.
Q: Please show me example sentences with toddler e child.
A: The toddler was sleeping next to a five year old child.
The toddler is throwing a temper tantrum.
Is this your child?
The mother drove her child to school everyday.
The toddler did not want to depart from its parents.

Synonyms of "Toddler" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between toddlers and preschoolers and kindergartens and kids ?
A: Toddlers are very young children who are still learning to walk very well, so they "toddle" or walk imperfectly, kind of wobbly, unsteady type of walking a lot. Toddlers are roughly when they start to walk (often around 1 year old), up to about 3 years old are usually considered toddlers. So, 1-3 years old = toddlers usually. But if a child is late in learning to walk, they won't be called a 'toddler' until they learn how to walk, no matter their age.

Preschoolers and kindergartners both are talking about school ages. Preschool comes first, and is younger. Then the next for school is kindergarten. Then the year after that they start first grade. (At least, this is true for American schools. School years are different in Britain and in Australia.) Preschool is mostly 3-5 years old. Kindergarten is usually around 5-6 (depending on when the child's birthday is for the schoolyear deadline).

Kids is a general term. Most of the time, it means roughly 10 years old or younger. This is because kids around 11-12 years are called pre-teens, which are sometimes called kids and sometimes not. They're kind of inbetween. Then 13-19 are all called teens or teenagers, because the age has 'teen' at the end of the number, so thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, etc. But sometimes the term 'kid' can be used for anyone under 18, because they are all legally considered underage or 'minors'. Or parents might still call all of their children 'kids' even after they are grown up. So 'kids' can be a bit more general in meaning, sometimes, depending on context.
Q: What is the difference between toddler and baby and kid and kiddo and child ?
A: Toddler is usually a small child who can walk, maybe age 1-3 years. Baby is before that, 0-1 year. Child, kid and kiddo all mean the same but are increasingly informal - child is most formal, kiddo is least. Kid is most common I think
Q: What is the difference between toddler and baby ?
A: Newborn- 0 to 2 months
Infant- 2 months to 1 year
Baby- 0 to 4 years
Toddler- 2 to 4 years

Baby is a general term, while toddler describes a very small category of children.

A baby can be a newborn or a toddler, while a toddler falls under a certain age.
Q: What is the difference between toddler and infant ?
A: Toddler is somebody who is a little older than an infant

Translations of "Toddler"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When I see my toddler running around in wet pants, do I say "Have you peed your pants? " or " Did you pee your pants "

A: “Did you pee your pants?” sounds more natural :)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? do not do this! (to a toddler, for instance, who's going through drop something he's holding and you don't want him to) is it okay to use dont, or shall i say "no-no", "stop it" or anything else? which one is more acceptable, please?
A: The saying does exist.

Sometimes "that" is used instead of "it's", depending on the context.
I think that with very small toddlers (like up to 2 years), it would be fine to say (as a separate sentence).
But older than that, it's too much baby talk (in my opinion at least).
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? toddler
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? toddlers
A: Toddlers

Other questions about "Toddler"

Q: I want to ask my toddler to bring something to me, what can I say? “Can you please get me the xxx?”
A: That sounds perfect! Very natural!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce toddler.
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Q: What is a natural greeting to toddler girl who cousin's daughter?
Other than "Good morning".(I've greeted with that so many times.)

1. Hi. Pretty?
2. Hi. Angel?
3. Did you sleep well?

Whatever ask your option.
A: I wouldn't use no. 1. You could say "Hi, little one" or "Hi, sweet pea"
Q: I help my toddler take the shower everyday
can I say

I need to take shower for my baby

I think this one might sound as if I am going to hv the shower, but i do it for my baby lol
A: It is a bit unnatural.

You can say ‘I need to give my baby a shower’ instead.

Also, we never say ‘take the shower’, we always use ‘take a shower’
Q: She lets her toddler walk on grounds soft enough. does this sound natural?
A: It needs just a little addition:

"She lets her toddler walk on grounds that are soft enough."

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