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Equerry vs. Valet

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Equerrynoun

An officer responsible for the care and supervision of the horses of a person of rank.

Valetnoun

A man's personal male attendant, responsible for his clothes and appearance.

Equerrynoun

(British) A personal attendant to a head of state, a member of a royal family, or a national representative.

Valetnoun

A hotel employee performing such duties for guests.

Equerrynoun

A large stable or lodge for horses.

Valetnoun

(professional wrestling) A female performer in professional wrestling, acting as either a manager or personal chaperone; often used to attract and titillate male members of the audience.

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Equerrynoun

An officer of princes or nobles, charged with the care of their horses.

Valetnoun

A female chaperone who accompanies a man, and is usually not married to him.

Equerrynoun

an official charged with the care of the horses of princes or nobles

Valetnoun

A person employed to clean or park cars.

Equerrynoun

a personal attendant of the British royal family

Valetnoun

A person employed to assist the jockey and trainer at a racecourse.

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Equerrynoun

an officer of the British royal household who attends or assists members of the royal family

‘he became equerry to the Duke of Kent’;

Valetnoun

A wooden stand on which to hold clothes and accessories in preparation for dressing.

Equerrynoun

an officer of the household of a prince or noble who had charge over the stables.

Valetnoun

A kind of goad or stick with an iron point.

Equerry

An equerry (; from French écurie 'stable', and related to écuyer 'squire') is an officer of honour. Historically, it was a senior attendant with responsibilities for the horses of a person of rank.

Valetverb

(transitive) To serve (someone) as a valet.

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Valetverb

To clean and service (a car), as a valet does.

Valetverb

To leave (a car) with a valet to park it.

Valetnoun

A male waiting servant; a servant who attends on a gentleman's person; a body servant.

Valetnoun

A kind of goad or stick with a point of iron.

Valetnoun

a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employer;

‘Jeeves was Bertie Wooster's man’;

Valetverb

serve as a personal attendant to

Valetnoun

a man's personal male attendant, who is responsible for his clothes and appearance.

Valetnoun

a hotel employee who attends to the clothes of guests

‘a valet service’;

Valetnoun

a person employed to clean or park cars

‘he handed his keys to the parking valet’; ‘valet parking’;

Valetverb

act as a valet to (a particular man)

‘one evening when I was valeting him, Mr Charles told me he had met my father’;

Valetverb

work as a valet.

Valetverb

clean (a car), especially on the inside

‘try not to spill anything on the seat—I just had the thing valeted’;

Valet

A valet or varlet is a male servant who serves as personal attendant to his employer. In the Middle Ages and Ancien Régime, valet de chambre was a role for junior courtiers and specialists such as artists in a royal court, but the term by itself most often refers to a normal servant responsible for the clothes and personal belongings of an employer, and making minor arrangements.

‘valet’;

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