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Translation of "chaperone" - English-Turkish dictionary

chaperone

noun [C] ( also chaperon)     /ˈʃæpərəʊn/
an older person who goes somewhere with a younger person in order to make sure they behave well, especially a woman in the past who went with a younger woman who was not married refakatçı, hami, koruyucu, gözetici Protection and protectorsEnvironmental issuesTaking someone somewhere or telling them the way
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