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squire

US [ˈskwaɪr]
UK [ˈskwaɪə(r)]
  • v.护卫;在社交场合作为保护者与特定的一个妇女作伴
  • n.(旧时英格兰的)乡绅;(男子对另一男子的友好称呼)先生
  • Web侍从;骑士的扈从;大地主
Plural Form:squires  
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n.
1.
(旧时英格兰的)乡绅,大地主(in the past in England) a man of high social status who owned most of the land in a particular country area
2.
(informal)
(男子对另一男子的友好称呼)先生used by a man as a friendly way of addressing another man
What can I get you, Squire?
您要点什么,先生?
3.
(旧时骑士的)扈从(in the past) a young man who was an assistant to a knight before becoming a knight himself

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