- n.保镖，卫士，警卫员( bodyguard的名词复数 );
Female fans fought their way past bodyguards and tore at his clothes.
His agency hires out security guards and bodyguards.
The bodyguards, as usual, were brave but oafish.
Brooks came to Jim's office accompanied — like always — by his two bodyguards.
Police and bodyguards had to protect him as the almost hysterical crowds struggled to approach him.
Three of his bodyguards were injured in the attack.
He was, naturally, accompanied by the two shepherd bodyguards.
" The bodyguards were of Santino's regime but picked by me.
“ 真的死了, ” 他说,“保镖是桑迪诺兵团的人,但,是我挑选的.
He had already left his bodyguards'car far behind.
The President always has six bodyguards in close attendance.
Meanwhile another car had drawn up behind Sonny's and two of his bodyguards jumped out.
Two of Michael's bodyguards had come up behind her and were waiting for orders from him.
Both of them were admitted to Michael's house by one of the bodyguards.
He watched Tessio being surrounded by bodyguards and led into a waiting car.
It was Barzini himself and his two bodyguards, on their way to meet Michael Corleone.