chaperone

[shap-uh-rohn]
noun, verb (used with object), verb (used without object), chaperoned, chaperoning.
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chaperone

noun
1. one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people [syn: chaperon

verb
1. accompany as a chaperone 
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Example sentences
Ascertain the ratio of chaperones to students stipulated by school policy.
Often teachers will let you know about field trips or school events and ask for
  chaperones or volunteers.
Now they are advised to serve as chaperones at all-night graduation parties.
Researchers are already talking about dealing with viruses, bacteria and
  infectious diseases by inhibiting chaperones.
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