英 ['ɒntʊrɑːʒ; ,ɒntʊ(ə)'rɑːʒ]
- entourage (n.)
- 1832, "surroundings, environment," picked up by De Quincey from French entourage, from Middle French entourer "to surround" (16c.), from Old French entour "that which surrounds" (10c.), from en- "in" (see en- (1)) + tour "a circuit" (see tour). Specific sense of "attendant persons, persons among whom as followers or companions one is accustomed to move" recorded in English by 1860.
- 1. He was accompanied by an entourage of a dozen police officers.
- 2. Among his entourage was a retired general.
- 3. Peter the Great shocked London by his wild behaviour and that of his entourage when he visited England in 1698.
- 4. In it were the PR man and another member of his entourage.
- 5. In Hitler's entourage this drawing was regarded as blasphemous.
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