n. 护送者，护卫队; 押送者; （陪同异性的）社交聚会陪伴者
v. 陪同; 护送
An escort is a person who travels with someone in order to protect or guard them.
He arrived with a police escort shortly before half past nine.
An escort is a person who accompanies another person of the opposite sex to a social event. Sometimes people are paid to be escorts.
My sister needed an escort for a company dinner.
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.
I escorted him to the door...
The vessel was escorted to an undisclosed port.
1. someone who escorts and protects a prominent person
2. the act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them
3. an attendant who is employed to accompany someone
4. a participant in a date;
1. accompany as an escort;
2. accompany or escort;
accompany, conduct, attend, escort
The king's escort total 50 men.
Help Bobby to put his plan into action and escort him through 60 fiddly garden levels.
The'space Channel'was designed to escort IT people from the outside world into cyber space.
“ 时空隧道 ” 是为了保护IT员工从外界进入数码空间而设计的.
The prisoner was taken under escort to the jail.
I didn't want my parents to escort me here.