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chaperone
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(BrE also chaperon) noun, verb
+ noun
1 (in the past) an older woman who, on social occasions, took care of a young woman who was not married
2 a person who takes care of children in public, especially when they are working, for example as actors
3 (AmE) a person, such as a parent or a teacher, who goes with a group of young people on a trip or to a dance to encourage good behaviour
+ verb [VN] to act as a chaperone for sb, especially a woman


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