[ahn-too-rahzh] /ˌɑn tʊˈrɑʒ/
a group of attendants or associates, as of a person of rank or importance:
The opera singer traveled with an entourage of 20 people.
a house with a charming entourage of trees and flowers.
Architecture. the landscaping and other nearby environmental features shown on a rendering of a building.
/ˈɒntʊˌrɑːʒ; French ɑ̃turaʒ/
a group of attendants or retainers, esp such as surround an important person; retinue
surroundings or environment
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). Sense of “attendant persons” first recorded in English by 1860.
[en-tuh-zoh-uh n] /ˌɛn təˈzoʊ ən/ noun, Biology. 1. . adjective 2. of or relating to an .
[en-tuh-zoh-on] /ˌɛn təˈzoʊ ɒn/ noun, plural entozoa [en-tuh-zoh-uh] /ˌɛn təˈzoʊ ə/ (Show IPA) 1. any animal parasite, as an intestinal worm, that lives within the body of its host (opposed to ). /ˌɛntəʊˈzəʊɒn/ noun (pl) -zoa (-ˈzəʊə) 1. any animal, such as a tapeworm, that lives within another animal, usually as a parasite entozoon en·to·zo·on […]
[en-tuh-zoh-ik] /ˌɛn təˈzoʊ ɪk/ adjective 1. (of a parasitic animal) living within the body of its host. /ˌɛntəʊˈzəʊɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to an entozoon 2. living inside an animal: entozoic fungi
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