Definition of 'chauffeur'
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It was driven by his former chauffeur. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He will be chauffeured by a driver. The Sun (2010)Owning a car that looks like it should be driven by a chauffeur is no longer enough. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The chauffeur had taken a wrong turning. Times, Sunday Times (2013)How about chauffeur to take her to the gym too? The Sun (2015)He has refused to use a chauffeur and takes public transport. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The defence that he could not use a chauffeur because the driver might leak details of secret transfer deals is laughable. The Sun (2012)The court heard she chauffeured looters around in her Smart car. The Sun (2012)That's got to hurt after being chauffeured around for months. The Sun (2011)He would be chauffeured around in a Rolls-Royce. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I can still drive the automatic chauffeur cars with just one arm. The Sun (2015)Participants are driven by chauffeur to and from the aquarium, where they are given instruction on basic scuba equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But what of the really pressing question: just how long before we can expect to be chauffeured around in driverless cars? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Afterwards he had lunch with French dignitaries before returning to England in the chauffeured car. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It also boasts the most cabin and boot space - of special interest to the privileged few with a chauffeur to take care of the driving. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But the car, the chauffeur, its passenger and the purpose of the journey were not just run of the mill. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I'm sure he likes being chauffeured around - but you have to stand up for yourself. The Sun (2016)Provided with a chauffeur-driven car, he drove his chauffeur home in it at night and picked him up on his way to work next day. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'chauffeur'
British English: chauffeur /ˈʃəʊfə; ʃəʊˈfɜː/ NOUN
A chauffeur is a person whose job is to drive and look after another person's car.
- American English: chauffeur
- Arabic: سائِق سَيَّارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: chofer
- Chinese: 司机
- Croatian: vozač
- Czech: šofér
- Danish: chauffør
- Dutch: chauffeur
- European Spanish: chófer
- Finnish: autonkuljettaja
- French: chauffeur
- German: Fahrer
- Greek: σοφέρ
- Italian: autista
- Japanese: おかかえ運転手
- Korean: 운전 기사
- Norwegian: sjåfør
- Polish: szofer
- European Portuguese: motorista
- Romanian: șofer
- Russian: шофер
- Spanish: chófer
- Swedish: chaufför
- Thai: คนขับรถ
- Turkish: şoför
- Ukrainian: водій
- Vietnamese: tài xế
British English: chauffeur VERB
If you chauffeur someone somewhere, you drive them there in a car, usually as part of your job.
It was certainly useful to have her there to chauffeur him around.
- American English: chauffeur
- Brazilian Portuguese: servir como chofer
- Chinese: 为…开车 >通常指受雇佣
- European Spanish: hacer de chófer para
- French: servir de chauffeur àN
- German: fahren
- Italian: fare da autista a
- Japanese: 車で連れて行く
- Korean: 자가용으로 데려다 주다
- European Portuguese: servir como motorista
- Spanish: hacer de chófer para
Definition of chauffeur from the Collins English Dictionary
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