trouper

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trouper

actor; dependable person: He’s always on time—a real trouper.
Not to be confused with:
trooper – soldier or police officer: He was a state trooper.
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troup·er

 (tro͞o′pər)
n.
1. A member of a theatrical company.
2. A veteran actor or performer.
3. Variant of trooper..
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trouper

(ˈtruːpə)
n
1. (Theatre) a member of a troupe
2. an experienced or dependable worker or associate
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troup•er

(ˈtru pər)

n.
1. an actor, esp. a member of a touring company.
2. an experienced and dependable performer, esp. a veteran actor.
3. a loyal worker or participant.
[1885–90, Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trouper - a person who is reliable and uncomplaining and hard workingtrouper - a person who is reliable and uncomplaining and hard working
good person - a person who is good to other people
2.trouper - an actor who travels around the country presenting playstrouper - an actor who travels around the country presenting plays
actor, histrion, thespian, role player, player - a theatrical performer
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trouper

noun performer, player, actor, theatrical, entertainer, artiste, thespian Like the old trouper he is, he timed his entrance perfectly.
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Translations
زميل يَعْمَل بصورةٍ شاقَّهعُضو في فِرْقَة مُمَثِّلين مُتَجَوِّلين
člen souborupracant
flittig kollegatrupmedlem
leikaritraustur félagi
člen súboruverný pracovník
çalışkan meslektaştrup üyesi

trouper

[ˈtruːpəʳ] N (Theat) → miembro mf de una compañía de actores
old trouperactor m veterano, actriz f veterana
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trouper

n (Theat) → Mime m, → Mimin f (dated); an old trouper (fig)ein alter Hase; he/she is a real trouperer/sie packt immer mit an
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troupe

(truːp) noun
a performing group (of actors, dancers etc). a circus troupe.
ˈtrouper noun
1. a member of a group of this kind.
2. a hard-working colleague.
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He had been there just before me, and both of us old troupers round the architecture schools of the world agreed that Copenhagen produces work of quite exceptional quality in a wonderful setting.
The festival, now in its third year, continues tomorrow with a performance of Troupers, a play by the Mikron Theatre Company, and on Thursday, September 25, there will be a special screening of the film Les Miserables, with a live performance of some of the songs by Rachel Harrison.
Troupers VARIOUS VENUES BRITAIN'S only narrowboat theatre company will be performing a production telling the little-known true story of First World War female impresario Lena Ashwell.