accompany meaning

[ ə'kʌmpəni ] Pronunciation:   "accompany" in a sentence
Verb: accompany  u'kúmpunee
  1. Be present or associated with an event or entity
    "heart attacks are accompanied by distruction of heart tissue"; "this kind of vein accompanies certain arteries"
    - attach to, come with, go with 
  2. Go or travel along with
    "The nurse accompanied the old lady everywhere" 
  3. Perform an accompaniment to
    - play along, follow, play ball 
  4. Be a companion to somebody
    - company, companion, keep company

Derived forms: accompanies, accompanied, accompanying

See also: accompaniment, accompanist

Type of: affiliate, associate, assort, consort, go, locomote, move, play, travel


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  1. a remittance must accompany all orders.
  2. lightning usually accompanies thunder.
  3. i shall be glad to go, if you will accompany me.
  4. i shall be pleased to go, if you will accompany me.

Related Words

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  7. accompany so on a musical instrument meaning
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