English version

valet in Tourism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvaletval‧et1 /ˈvælət, ˈvæleɪ $ væˈleɪ/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DCBOa male servant who looks after a man’s clothes, serves his meals etcmaid2 (also valet parker American English)BOTTC someone who parks your car for you at a restaurant, hotel etc 🔊 valet service3 British EnglishBODLT someone who cleans the clothes of people staying in a hotel
Examples from the Corpus
valetHe had lived in castles and palaces, and been attended by courtiers, soldiers and valets.The valet had gone down on his knees, his head pressed to the floor, his whole body visibly shaking.Gaggia machines burbled on marble bars, new secretaries clicked across polished floors, uniformed valets twirled glass doors.Oh, for the days when valets could actually leave keys in cars -- and not lose them.