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escort

noun [C] (SOCIAL COMPANION) 社交伴侶     /ˈes.kɔːt/ US  /-kɔːrt/
a person who goes with another person, usually someone of the opposite sex, to a social event (通常指異性的)社交聚會陪伴者;伴遊 "But I can't go to the dance without an escort," she protested. 「但是沒有舞伴我可不能去參加舞會,」她抗議道。 Taking someone somewhere or telling them the wayFriends, acquaintances and contemporaries
someone, often a young woman, who is paid to go out to social events with another person 受僱陪同某人外出社交的人,常指年輕女子 He hired an escort girl to go to the dinner with him. 他僱了一位伴遊小姐陪他赴宴。 Entertainers in general
(Definition of escort noun (SOCIAL COMPANION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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