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courier

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkʊriər/
COMMUNICATIONS a person or company whose job is to collect and deliver packages or documents: We can send the document by courier. a courier service/company/firm
UK a person who works for a travel company looking after a group of people on holiday, dealing with their problems, giving them advice on what to do or see, etc.: Our couriers are responsible for making sure that holiday-makers' arrangements run smoothly.
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