Noun(1) one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people
Verb(1) accompany as a chaperone
(1) Gala committee member Glynn Beresford said he had been unable to find a chaperone and an assistant to take on the important roles.(2) Though he was considered a chaperone to the young prince, Rupert did not particularly enjoy that bland label.(3) Very often I have a sort of a chaperone or an escort from the army's PR office, or a spokesman's office, to make sure that the officers I interview or the soldiers I interview don't say anything that they don't want them to say.(4) In fact, he offered to act as chaperone while we stay in the area.(5) While men and women can date whomever they wish, they must be accompanied by a chaperone .(6) Travel Choice said in a statement: ‘At the time of booking our staff followed the correct procedure and made a note on the system requesting a chaperone for the flight.’(7) Lady Anne is forced to accompany her and play chaperone, as it is inappropriate for a young lady to be out without a chaperone .(8) You can also request to have a chaperone (an additional medical person such as a nurse, or a friend or family member) to stay with you during examinations.(9) And I feel like a wrinkled, ugly chaperone sitting here on the sidelines.(10) Of particular significance was that no chaperone was present - the ultimate safeguard for both patients and doctors.(11) And why might two young ladies such as yourselves be traveling without a chaperone ?(12) After the wedding ceremony, the bride is accompanied by her chaperone , even if staying overnight with the groom's family.(13) The Tyneside study indicates that patients want to be offered a chaperone, so general practitioners may be responding to societal demand. 4 Merely offering a chaperone does not protect either the patient or the doctor.(14) Without police chaperones , organizers were worried for participants' safety.(15) There was a window behind the couch, and I guess her father thought that if we could see him, that was ‘ chaperonage ’ enough.(16) Once Batty and Ursula arrived in Dublin, they were coached and chaperoned by Team Ireland officials.
1. supervisor ::
2. companion ::
3. duenna ::
4. escort ::
6. den mother ::
7. accompany ::
8. escort ::
9. attend ::
10. watch over ::
11. keep an eye on ::
ustidan bir ko'z tutish
12. protect ::
13. mind ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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to have a CHAPERONE
to oversee a first date.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 20
I didn't take her. She was a CHAPERONE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 8
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