stableman

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Noun1.stableman - someone employed in a stable to take care of the horsesstableman - someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
hired hand, hired man, hand - a hired laborer on a farm or ranch; "the hired hand fixed the railing"; "a ranch hand"
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stableman

[ˈsteɪblmən] N (stablemen (pl)) → mozo m de cuadra
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The idea of Marner's money kept growing in vividness, now the want of it had become immediate; the prospect of having to make his appearance with the muddy boots of a pedestrian at Batherley, and to encounter the grinning queries of stablemen, stood unpleasantly in the way of his impatience to be back at Raveloe and carry out his felicitous plan; and a casual visitation of his waistcoat-pocket, as he was ruminating, awakened his memory to the fact that the two or three small coins his forefinger encountered there were of too pale a colour to cover that small debt, without payment of which the stable-keeper had declared he would never do any more business with Dunsey Cass.
I'm not talking of the horses, but of the stablemen.
We don't need more than four stablemen for twelve horses.
She was the favourite of her father and of the stablemen.
The Oakland harness-washers and stablemen, with few exceptions, had gone out with the teamsters.
One of the stablemen who had not gone out, Henderson by name, worked at Billy's stables.
Sir Percival himself dismissed the grooms and stablemen, sending them, with all the horses but one, to London.