tain,ten,tin＝to hold,to keep（安静）
/'retɪnju:; [US] 'retənu:; `rɛtn,u/
n [CGp] group of attendants accompanying an important person （要人的）一批随员
*The Queen was flanked by a retinue of bodyguards and policemen. 女王左右有保镖和警察护卫着.
* (joc 谑) the fete organizer and her retinue of helpers 游乐义卖会的组织人和她的一群助手.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin: retenir; RETAIN]
a group of people who travel with someone important to help and support them
He travelled with a huge retinue of servants.
1. The Queen was flanked by a retinue of bodyguards and policemen. 女王左右有保镖和警察护卫著.