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Verb: V n prep/adv.
Accompaniment by a person or an armed protector (as a ship) II.
English Word escort Swahili Word -takadamu Part of Speech verb English Word escort (for protection) English Plural escorts Swahili Word mshindikizo Swahili Plural mishindikizo Part of Speech noun Class 3/4an Derived Language Swahili Derived Word shinda English Word escort a guest to how to find on facebook who blocked you the door. (1) a person or group of persons accompanying another to give protection or as a courtesy (2) the man who goes on a date with a woman.2 a person accompanying a person of the opposite sex socially.Citation styles m gives you the ability to cite reference entries and articles according to common styles from the Modern Language Association (MLA The Chicago Manual of Style, and the American Psychological Association (APA).The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English 2009, originally published by Oxford University Press 2009.Swahili Example chuo kikuuni katika gari jeusi lake.Transitive verb Date: 1708 to accompany.An escort is a person who travels with someone in order to protect or guard them.
Escort, the Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology.
1 one or more persons, vehicles, ships, etc., accompanying a person, vehicle, etc., esp.
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.
Example: escort of strangers, 1867.Escort armed guard or convoy XVI; accompanying person or persons xviii.A protective screen of warships or fighter planes or a single ship or plane used to fend off enemy attack from one or more vulnerable craft.Escort 1 n 1 a person or a group of people or vehicles that go with someone in order to protect or guard them (a motorcycle escort under escort (protected or guarded by an escort) (The suspects arrived under armed escort.) 2 someone, especially.Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary.Etymology: F escorte, escorter.