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equipage

[ ek-wuh-pij ]
/ ˈɛk wə pɪdʒ /
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noun
a carriage.
a carriage drawn by horses and attended by servants.
outfit, as of a ship, an army, or a soldier; equipment.
Archaic.
  1. a set of small household articles, as of china.
  2. a collection of articles for personal ornament or use.
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Origin of equipage

From Middle French, dating back to 1570–80; see origin at equip, -age
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British Dictionary definitions for equipage

equipage
/ (ˈɛkwɪpɪdʒ) /

noun
a horse-drawn carriage, esp one elegantly equipped and attended by liveried footmen
(formerly) the stores and equipment of a military unit
archaic
  1. a set of useful articles
  2. a group of attendants; retinue
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