valet de place
Definition of valet de place
valets de place\-ā(z)d-\
: a valet who serves transient travelers or strangers by acting as guide the people the traveler naturally sees most—the tavern keepers, valets de place, and postilions — C. G. Bowers
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Origin and Etymology of valet de place
French, literally, valet of the locality
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