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retinuenoun [C]

 us   /ˈret·ənˌu/ fml
a group of people who help and who travel with an important person: He jets around the country with a retinue of aides and attorneys.
(Definition of retinue from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “retinue”
in Spanish séquito, comitiva…
in Vietnamese đoàn tùy tùng…
in Malaysian pembantu…
in Thai ข้าราชบริพาร…
in French suite…
in German das Gefolge…
in Chinese (Simplified) (要人的)随行人员,扈从…
in Indonesian pengiring…
in Chinese (Traditional) (要人的)隨行人員,扈從…
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