- 1A man’s personal male attendant, responsible for his clothes and appearance.More example sentences
- These butlers, footmen, valets, drivers, personal assistants, and bodyguards knew where the bodies lay.
- I have no idea how the others manage to take such personal attentions for granted, to the point that they can't function without their personal maids and valets.
- While waiting for his trial, Galileo was housed in a luxurious apartment overlooking the Vatican gardens and provided with a personal valet.
- 1.1A hotel employee performing valet duties for guests.More example sentences
- Also in the kit is information on the new valet unpack service, providing added assistance in the unpacking of boxes.
- At the hotel, the bellman should get $2 per bag carried and a concierge or a valet should get at least $2 per service.
- Their duties include acting as valets for male guests.
- 1.2A rack or stand on which to hang clothing.More example sentences
- The user then unfolds the arm extensions of the hanger and the valet is ready for use.
- She took his jacket from his shoulders and turned to hang it on the valet.
- After wearing a suit or jacket, I normally hang it on the valet overnight to get rid of any wrinkles and to air out the fabric.
- 2North American A person employed to park cars.More example sentences
- However, in Los Angeles, even the most ordinary mid-range restaurant will happily employ a valet service to park your car and bring it back round to the front door for you, to coincide with your departure.
- A valet recently refused to park her Land Rover because it was a complete mess.
- When the valets park your car in a covered spot, the fee is the same as uncovered.
verb(valets, valeting, valeted) [with object] Back to top
- 1Act as a valet to (a particular man).More example sentences
- She did the fine laundry, and looked after 'his' clothes, and valeted him.
- It doesn't hurt my pride to valet him.
- He valeted Lord Oldcastle when he went on the special mission to Berlin.
late 15th century (denoting a footman acting as an attendant to a horseman): from French; related to vassal.