chauffeuse


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Noun1.chauffeuse - a woman chauffeur
chauffeur - a man paid to drive a privately owned car
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chauffeuse

nChauffeuse f, → Fahrerin f
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I have often challenged the absence of the feminine gender in some French nouns like chauffeur (driver), now chauffeure or chauffeuse or can be modeled after un professeur/ une professeur; un chauffeur/une chauffeur.
The PTA has announced on its official account that they warned customers against dealing with some illegal applications such as Taxifyksa meaning (Taxi in KSA), Saeqty (My Chauffeuse) and Twadeeny (Give me a ride?)
It did not look such a great idea when my chauffeuse Mrs Lewis and I rose to the alarm clock at 4.30am.
My then girlfriend Christine--we became engaged that fall and married 11 months later in August 1977--was our chauffeuse with her little green Mini.
Nos informations ont revele qu'il n'y avait, au moment de notre etude, aucune femme iranienne travaillant comme chauffeuse de taxi, ni chez Atlas ni ailleurs a Montreal.
It depicts fictionalised conversations between a widowed middle-aged actor and his 24-year-old chauffeuse who hails from Nakatonbetsu, a real-life mountain town whose population has dwindled to 1,900 from a peak of 7,600 in 1950.
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My regular chauffeuse Jildy made sure I wouldn't be troubling the overworked East Lothian traffic polis and set off in good spirits in every sense of the word.
The Duchesse was an immensely wealthy, talented and independent woman who was, "by turns, [...] an author, a sculptor, a chauffeuse, a grande mondaine, and an industrious mother."
Charlie worked as a motor mechanic at 4d an hour, as personal chauffeuse to David Lloyd George, then minister of munitions, who offered her an olive branch, and later as a land girl.
On the outbreak of war in September 1939 Jane became chauffeuse and then secretary to a crusty old colonel (complete with monocle and moustache) working in Military Intelligence at the War Office in London and the following year she was sent to work as a Land Girl on the south coast of England to seek out fifth columnists.
WHEN moggie Sergeant Podge finishes his night on the tiles he's treated like a pop superstar - with a luxury lift home from a chauffeuse.