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troupe

play
noun \ˈtrüp\

Simple Definition of troupe

  • : a group of actors, singers, etc., who work together

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of troupe

  1. :  company, troop; especially :  a group of theatrical performers

Examples of troupe in a sentence

  1. <I desperately want to join our regional theater's acting troupe and perhaps get a lead role.>



Origin and Etymology of troupe

French, from Middle French — more at troop


First Known Use: 1776

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troupe

intransitive verb

Definition of troupe

trouped

trouping

  1. :  to travel in a troupe; also :  to perform as a member of a theatrical troupe



1851

First Known Use of troupe

1851

Other Performing Arts Terms


TROUPE Defined for Kids

troupe

play
noun \ˈtrüp\

Definition of troupe for Students

  1. :  a group especially of performers who act or work together <a troupe of acrobats>





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