Translation of "chaperone" - English-Spanish dictionary

chaperone

noun also chaperon uk /ˈʃæp.ə.rəʊn/ us /-ɚ.oʊn/

(especially in the past) an older person, especially a woman, who stays with and takes care of a younger woman who is not married when she is in public

acompañante, chaperona
humorous She asked me to go to the cinema with her and Andrew, I think as a sort of chaperone.
verb also chaperon uk /ˈʃæp.ə.rəʊn/ us /-ɚ.oʊn/

(especially in the past) to stay with and take care of a young woman who is not married when she is in public

acompañar
Do you trust him on your own or do you want me to chaperone you?

(Translation of “chaperone” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chaperone

noun /ˈʃӕpərəun/

someone, especially an older lady, who accompanies a girl in public

carabina
She acted as a chaperone for the young lady.

(Translation of “chaperone” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)