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valet

noun [C] uk   /ˈvæl.eɪ/  us   /vəˈleɪ/
someone in a hotel who cleans clothes US someone at a hotel or restaurant who puts your car in a parking space for you the personal male servant of a rich man, especially in the past

valet

verb [T] uk   /ˈvæl.eɪ/ /-ɪt/  us   /vəˈleɪ/ UK
to clean, especially the inside of, something: There's a service which will valet your car for you while it is parked.
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