- hostler (n.)
- late 14c., "one who tends to horses at an inn," also, occasionally, "innkeeper," from Anglo-French hostiler, Old French hostelier "innkeeper, steward" (12c., Modern French hôtelier), from Medieval Latin hostilarius "the monk who entertains guests at a monastery," from hospitale "inn" (see hospital). See also ostler.
- 1. Ma Wu's hostler took care of three horses and one carriage.
- 2. Ma Wu asked the hostler, " Where do the weeds grow? "
- 马武问马夫: “ 治病的猪耳草长在什么地方 啊 ? ”
- 3. The hostler ran to report it to the general immediately.
- 4. He to the hostler to fetch peck of oysters, and give them to his horse.
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