- cortege: see court
- cortege (n.)
- 1640s, "train of attendants," from French cortège (16c.), from Italian corteggio "retinue," from corte "court," from Latin cohortem (see court (n.)).
- 1. The procession serenely, like a cortege entering the cemetery gates.
- 它们安详地滑过去, 像送葬队列走进公墓大门时那样.
- 2. He was honored with a huge funeral cortege, with all members present in full funeral regalia.
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