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en·tou·rage

 (ŏn′to͝o-räzh′)
n.
1. A group of attendants or associates; a retinue.
2. One's environment or surroundings.

[French, from entourer, to surround, from Old French entour, surroundings : en-, in; see en-1 + tour, circuit; see tour.]

entourage

(ˈɒntʊˌrɑːʒ; French ɑ̃turaʒ)
n
1. a group of attendants or retainers, esp such as surround an important person; retinue
2. surroundings or environment
[C19: from French, from entourer to surround, from entour around, from tour circuit; see tour, turn]

en•tou•rage

(ˌɑn tʊˈrɑʒ)

n.
1. a group of attendants or associates, as of a person of rank or importance.
2. surroundings; environment.
[1825–35; < French, =entour(er) to surround (derivative of entour around =en in + tour circuit; see tour) + -age -age]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.entourage - the group following and attending to some important personentourage - the group following and attending to some important person
assemblage, gathering - a group of persons together in one place
bodyguard - a group of men who escort and protect some important person
royal court, court - the family and retinue of a sovereign or prince

entourage

noun retinue, company, following, staff, court, train, suite, escort, cortege He was surrounded by an entourage of aides.

entourage

noun
A group of attendants or followers:
Translations
يُشَجِّع
eskortefølge
kíséret
fylgdarliî
palyda
pavadonībasvīta
sprievod

entourage

[ˌɒntʊˈrɑːʒ] Nséquito m

entourage

[ˈɒnturɑːʒ] n [famous person] → entourage m
Among his entourage was → Il y avait, dans son entourage, ...

entourage

nGefolge nt, → Entourage f (geh)

entourage

[ˌɒntʊˈrɑːʒ] nentourage m inv

entourage

(ontuˈraːʒ) noun
a group of followers, especially of a person of high rank.
References in classic literature ?
The rather insignificant and unattractive Brantain was enormously rich; and she liked and required the entourage which wealth could give her.
Every new note from behind sounded to their frightened ears the coming of The Sheik and his bloodthirsty entourage. They were in a blue funk, and the sight of the naked white warrior stepping silently out of the jungle through which they had just passed had been sufficient shock to let loose in action all the pent nerve energy of Malbihn, who had been the first to see the strange apparition.
ABOVE the roof of the palace that housed the Jed of Gathol and his entourage, the cruiser Vanator tore at her stout moorings.
He remembered her entourage on the steamer; her father and mother, the silent senseless burghers, so little "of the world," her infant sister, so much of it, her humorous brother with his tall hat and his influence in the smoking- room.
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Jeremy Piven's Ari Gold, the uber-aggressive agent with anger-management issues, becomes a Hollywood studio mogul in "Entourage," the bigscreen take on the bro-tastic HBO series, which Fox opens June 5.
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