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noun [C]  /skwɑɪər/ old use us  

squire noun [C] (OWNER)

(in the past in England) a man who owned most of the land around a village


verb [T always + adv/prep]  /skwɑɪər/ fml us  

squire verb [T always + adv/prep] (TAKE)

to take someone places; escort : Skinner uses the plane to squire around bureaucrats.
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