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usher

US [ˈʌʃər]
UK [ˈʌʃə(r)]
  • n.引座员;门房;男傧相
  • v.把…引往;引导;引领
  • Web亚瑟小子;招待员;迎来
Plural Form:ushers  Present Participle:ushering  Past Tense:ushered  
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n.
1.
引座员a person who shows people where to sit in a church, public hall, etc.
2.
(法院的)传达员,门卫,门房an official who has special responsibilities in court, for example allowing people in and out of the court
3.
男傧相a friend of the bridegroom at a wedding, who has special duties
v.
1.
~ sb + adv./prep.
把…引往;引导;引领to take or show sb where they should go
The secretary ushered me into his office.
秘书把我领进他的办公室。

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