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noun [countable] concierge pronunciation in British English /ˈkɒnsiˌeə(r)ʒ/
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pluralconcierges

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    a person or business that provides personal servicesfrom buying show tickets to finding schools and homesto people who have plenty of money but little time
    Abbie Allen founded Lifestyle Elements, a personal concierge service, at the age of 23.
    Submitted from United Kingdom on 05/02/2015 09:26:00

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