English version

in loco parentis

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Law
in loco parentisin lo‧co pa‧ren‧tis /ɪn ˌləʊkəʊ pəˈrentɪs $ -ˌloʊkoʊ-/ adverb formal or law  SCLFAMILYhaving the responsibilities of a parent for someone else’s childguardian As a teacher, you should regard yourself as being in loco parentis.
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