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squire

noun [C] uk   /skwaɪər/  us   /skwaɪr/
in the past in England, a man who owned most of the land around a village UK old-fashioned informal used as a friendly form of address by one man to another who might be of a higher social class: "I don't know if all my luggage is going to fit in the back of the taxi." "Don't worry, squire, I'll get it in."

squire

verb [T + adv/prep] uk   /skwaɪər/  us   /skwaɪr/ formal
to take someone places: Skinner uses the plane to squire around bureaucrats.
(Definition of squire from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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