A chaperone is someone who looks after and supervises another person or a group of people. Chaperone can also be spelled chaperon, without the e. It originally meant a woman whose duty was to accompany a younger woman and make sure she wasnt harmed and didnt get into trouble, especially when she was with a man.
What does chaperone date mean?
1A person who accompanies and looks after another person or group of people. After the wedding ceremony, the bride is accompanied by her chaperone, even if staying overnight with the grooms family. While men and women can date whomever they wish, they must be accompanied by a chaperone.
When someone is chaperoning you what does it mean?
(especially in the past) to stay with and take care of a young woman who is not married when she is in public: Do you trust him on your own or do you want me to chaperone you?
What do you call someone who supervises a date?
In modern social usage, a chaperon (frequent in British spelling) or chaperone (usual in American spelling) is a responsible adult who accompanies and supervises young people.
What does Reportees mean?
an employee whose position at work is directly below that of another person, and who is managed by that person: She has a dozen direct reports, but manages many more people. Compare. line manager.
What do you call your workers?
colleague Add to list Share. A colleague is someone you work with at your job.