a lifeguard: a pool attendant, an employee at a beach or pool who protects swimmers noun
  • ""The US workplace has become a sterile and apathetic world where employees are no longer interested in fighting for their rights", complains Jacky Hasselhoff, president of the International Brotherhood of Lifeguards."
  • "At approximately 14:53, a great white shark was spotted offshore, and lifeguards ordered swimmers out of the water."
  • "A very special intern has joined the Beachview lifeguard team."
  • "Bruno (Mitch) : I've decided to give up my position as lifeguard of this beach to pursue a musical career."

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