Trooper vs Troupe - What's the difference?

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Trooper is a related term of troupe.


As nouns the difference between trooper and troupe

is that trooper is (military) a soldier of private rank in cavalry or armour abbreviated tpr while troupe is a company of, often touring, actors, singers or dancers.

As a verb troupe is

to tour with a troupe.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

trooper

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (military) A soldier of private rank in cavalry or armour. Abbreviated Tpr.
  • A cavalry horse; charger.
  • A soldier.
  • (British) A troopship.
  • (US) A state trooper.
  • One who endures adversity or hardship with an attitude of stoicism and persistence.
  • He was a real trooper about taking care of the kids for the weekend.

    Synonyms

    * (military) cavalryman, horse soldier, crewman, armoured soldier, armored soldier * (military) zipperhead (Canadian military slang) * (person able to endure hardship) survivor, tough cookie

    Derived terms

    * swear like a trooper

    References

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    troupe

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A company of, often touring, actors, singers or dancers.
  • Any group of people working together on a shared activity.
  • Verb

    (troup)
  • To tour with a troupe.
  • Derived terms

    * trouper * super trouper

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