Chauffeur (noun)

  1. A driver of a private car or limousine, especially for a wealthy or important person.
  2. A person employed to drive a hired vehicle.

Origin:

Derived from the french verb 'chauffer', meaning to heat, the term 'chauffeur' has been in use since the late 19th century.

Examples:

  1. The chauffeur opened the door for the VIP.
  2. The chauffeur was dressed in a black suit and white gloves.
  3. The chauffeur drove the car smoothly through the city traffic.
  4. The chauffeur was hired to take the guests to the airport.
  5. The chauffeur was a skilled and experienced driver.
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