Definition of 'troupe'
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United are a circus troupe where performers take turns to do their bit. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Dead theatre troupe, it includes anarchists who have done this sort of thing before. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This comedy troupe's lightning wit has ceased to be. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The inventive contemporary circus troupe from Quebec are back with a spectacular new show. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's hard to think of a more influential troupe from recent comedy history. Times, Sunday Times (2009)On the gallops, the horses loop and turn like a circus troupe. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On the contrary, all the cast in this circus troupe are likeable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Be dazzled by the physical bravura of the stunts from this Argentinian theatrical circus troupe. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She will learn to dance with the troupe, perform savagely choreographed dance routines and have costumes made. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The esteemed company shows off its junior troupe of dancers in a programme that matches excerpts from the classics with new work by young choreographers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The track airs as part of a comedy special and is a first taste of the comedy troupe's new album. The Sun (2013)She ran her own theatre troupe after university, and still puts herself about as an after-dinner speaker. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For almost 20 years he has been in prison, where he began acting and became star of an acclaimed theatre troupe. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In his previous programme, as part of a sketch troupe, he went undercover to expose fraud and corruption in a comic way. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But soon after he had begun, fortune delivered him a theatre troupe -- or rather transported him to the foot of their stage. HISTORY PLAY: The Lives and After-life of Christopher Marlowe (2004)Arriving fully formed, with no room for the advice of people outside the group, was very appealing to us as a fledgling comedy troupe. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'troupe'
British English: troupe NOUN
A troupe is a group of actors, singers, or dancers who work together and often travel around together, performing in different places.
...troupes of travelling actors.
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