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troupe

noun [C, + sing/pl verb] uk   /truːp/ us  
a group of performers such as singers or dancers who work and travel together: She joined a dance troupe and travelled all over Europe. A troupe of dancers from Beijing is one of the leading attractions in the festival.
Translations of “troupe”
in Spanish compañía, grupo…
in French troupe…
in German die Truppe…
in Chinese (Traditional) (巡迴)劇團,戲班子,表演隊…
in Russian труппа…
in Turkish sanat topluluğu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (巡回)剧团,戏班子,表演队…
in Polish trupa…
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