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concierge

noun [C] uk   /ˌkɒn.siˈeəʒ/ us    /kɑːn.siˈerʒ/
a person who is employed to take care of an apartment building, especially in France someone who is employed in a hotel to help guests arrange things, such as theatre tickets and visits to restaurants US someone employed by a large company to do jobs, such as shopping, for other employees who are working
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