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troupe

 (tro͞op)
n.
A company or group of actors, dancers, or other performers.

[French, troop; see troop.]

troupe

(truːp)
n
(Theatre) a company of actors or other performers, esp one that travels
vb
(Theatre) (intr) (esp of actors) to move or travel in a group
[C19: from French; see troop]

troupe

(trup)

n., v. trouped, troup•ing. n.
1. a company or group of actors or other performers, esp. one that travels about.
v.i.
2. to travel as a member of a troupe.
[1815–25, Amer.; < French: troop]

Troop, Troupe

 a collection of people; a company; a number of things; soldiers collectively; a company of actors. See also band, party.
Examples: troop of baboons; of bees, 1812; of children, 1833; of dogfish; of doves, 1847; of friends, 1605; of gladiators, 1863; of gypsies, 1711; of kangaroos—Brewer; of lions; of lovers, 1881; of monkeys—Brewer; of sheep, 1587; of soldiers, 1794; of stars, 1601; of tenements; of wolves, 1719; troupe of acrobats; of actors, 1779; of dancers—Brewer; of minstrels, 1584; of players.

troupe


Past participle: trouped
Gerund: trouping

Imperative
troupe
troupe
Present
I troupe
you troupe
he/she/it troupes
we troupe
you troupe
they troupe
Preterite
I trouped
you trouped
he/she/it trouped
we trouped
you trouped
they trouped
Present Continuous
I am trouping
you are trouping
he/she/it is trouping
we are trouping
you are trouping
they are trouping
Present Perfect
I have trouped
you have trouped
he/she/it has trouped
we have trouped
you have trouped
they have trouped
Past Continuous
I was trouping
you were trouping
he/she/it was trouping
we were trouping
you were trouping
they were trouping
Past Perfect
I had trouped
you had trouped
he/she/it had trouped
we had trouped
you had trouped
they had trouped
Future
I will troupe
you will troupe
he/she/it will troupe
we will troupe
you will troupe
they will troupe
Future Perfect
I will have trouped
you will have trouped
he/she/it will have trouped
we will have trouped
you will have trouped
they will have trouped
Future Continuous
I will be trouping
you will be trouping
he/she/it will be trouping
we will be trouping
you will be trouping
they will be trouping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trouping
you have been trouping
he/she/it has been trouping
we have been trouping
you have been trouping
they have been trouping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trouping
you will have been trouping
he/she/it will have been trouping
we will have been trouping
you will have been trouping
they will have been trouping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trouping
you had been trouping
he/she/it had been trouping
we had been trouping
you had been trouping
they had been trouping
Conditional
I would troupe
you would troupe
he/she/it would troupe
we would troupe
you would troupe
they would troupe
Past Conditional
I would have trouped
you would have trouped
he/she/it would have trouped
we would have trouped
you would have trouped
they would have trouped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.troupe - organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical)troupe - organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical); "the traveling company all stayed at the same hotel"
organization, organisation - a group of people who work together
opera company - a company that produces operas
theater company - a company that produces plays
ballet company - a company that produces ballets
Greek chorus, chorus - a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play
circus - a travelling company of entertainers; including trained animals; "he ran away from home to join the circus"
minstrel show - a troupe of performers in blackface typically giving a comic program of negro songs and jokes
minstrelsy - a troupe of minstrels
cast, cast of characters, dramatis personae - the actors in a play

troupe

noun company, group, band, cast, ensemble a troupe of travelling actors

troupe

noun
A group of people acting together in a shared activity:
Translations
فِرْقَةٌ من المُمَثِّلين المُتَجَوِّلين
soubortrupa
trup
színtársulat
flokkur
darbštuolistrupėtrupės narys
trupa

troupe

[truːp] N (Theat) → compañía f de teatro (Circus) → troupe f

troupe

[ˈtruːp] ntroupe ftrouser leg [ˈtraʊzərlɛg] n (mainly British)jambe f de pantalontrouser pocket [ˌtraʊzərˈpɒkɪt] n (mainly British)poche f de pantalon
my trouser pocket → la poche de mon pantalontrouser press [ˈtraʊzərprɛs] npresse f à pantalons

troupe

n (Theat) → Truppe f

troupe

[truːp] n (Theatre) → compagnia, troupe f inv

troupe

(truːp) noun
a performing group (of actors, dancers etc). a circus troupe.
ˈtrouper noun
1. a member of a group of this kind.
2. a hard-working colleague.