stableboy


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stableboy

(ˈsteɪbəlˌbɔɪ) or

stableman

n, pl -boys or -men
1. a boy or man who works in a stable
2. (Horse Racing) a boy or man who works in a stable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stableboy - someone employed in a stable to take care of the horsesstableboy - 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"
Translations

stableboy

[ˈsteɪblbɔɪ] Nmozo m de cuadra

stableboy

[ˈsteɪblˌbɔɪ] stablelad [ˈsteɪblˌlæd] ngarzone m di stalla
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It's up to stableboy Ned and his animal friends to rescue her when all the knights fail: will he be able to effect rescue, or will his butterfingers let her slip through?