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cortege

noun [C] uk   /kɔːˈteʒ/  us   /kɔːr-/
a slowly moving line of people or cars at a funeral
Translations of “cortege”
in Chinese (Traditional) (緩緩移動的)送葬隊伍,送葬車隊…
in Chinese (Simplified) (缓缓移动的)送葬队伍,送葬车队…
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