Chauffeur

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Job TitlePlay
Often indicates a luxury or formal context where a professional driver is employed. SlideThe celebrity arrived at the event with her personal chauffeur.
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Not Just TaxisPlay
A chauffeur is typically associated with driving private or luxurious vehicles, unlike taxi drivers. SlideAs a wealthy executive, Martin has a chauffeur-driven limousine.
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Historical UsagePlay
Originally referred to someone steering steam engines; now, it implies driving luxury vehicles. SlideHis grandfather worked as a chauffeur in the early 20th century.