Definition of troupe in English:

troupe

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Pronunciation: /truːp
 
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noun

A group of dancers, actors, or other entertainers who tour to different venues: a dance troupe a troupe of singers
More example sentences
  • There is a beauty to the troupes of dancers and actors, but writers have a different fate.
  • More than half of them became ordinary dancers in dance troupes.
  • Six separate dance troupes are currently touring the world with this winner of nine global awards.
Synonyms
group, company, band, ensemble, set; cast

Origin

early 19th century: from French, literally 'troop'.

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