English translation of 'escorter'
Verb Table transitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'escorter'
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Se fait escorter, justement, par Jackson, le seul être encore assez célèbre pour elle sur toute la planète.Marie Claire
Un deuxième, spécialiste de l'antiterrorisme, devait escorter Zinedine Zidane lors de son voyage.Le Monde (2002)
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'escorter' in Other Languages
British English: escort /ɪsˈkɔːt/ VERB
If you escort someone somewhere, you accompany them there, usually in order to make sure that they leave a place or get to their destination.
I escorted him to the door.
- American English: escort
- Arabic: يُصَاحِبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escoltar
- Chinese: 护卫
- Croatian: ispratiti
- Czech: doprovodit
- Danish: eskortere
- Dutch: escorteren
- European Spanish: acompañar
- Finnish: saattaa
- French: escorter
- German: begleiten Person
- Greek: συνοδεύω
- Italian: accompagnare
- Japanese: 護衛する
- Korean: 호위하다
- Norwegian: eskortere
- Polish: odeskortować
- European Portuguese: escoltar
- Romanian: a însoți
- Russian: сопровождать
- Spanish: escoltar
- Swedish: eskortera
- Thai: คุ้มกัน
- Turkish: eşlik etmek refakat
- Ukrainian: супроводжувати
- Vietnamese: hộ tống
British English: shepherd VERB
If you are shepherded somewhere, someone takes you there to make sure that you arrive at the right place safely.
She was shepherded by her guards up the rear ramp of the aircraft.
Translation of escorter from the Collins French to English
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