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chauffeur

noun [C] uk   /ˈʃəʊ.fər/  us   /ʃoʊˈfɝː/
someone whose job is to drive a car for a rich or important person: a chauffeur-driven limousine

chauffeur

verb [T] uk   /ˈʃəʊ.fər/  us   /ʃoʊˈfɝː/
to drive someone somewhere: His mother spoils him terribly and chauffeurs him (around/about) everywhere.
Translations of “chauffeur”
in Arabic سائق خاصّ…
in Korean 고용 운전사…
in Malaysian pemandu…
in French chauffeur…
in Turkish şoför…
in Italian autista, chauffeur…
in Chinese (Traditional) (富豪或重要人物的)私人司機…
in Russian шофер…
in Polish szofer…
in Vietnamese tài xế…
in Spanish chófer, chofer…
in Portuguese chofer…
in Thai คนขับรถยนต์…
in German der Fahrer…
in Catalan xofer, -a…
in Japanese おかかえ運転手…
in Indonesian sopir…
in Chinese (Simplified) (富人或要人的)私人司机…
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