accompany (one)

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accompany (one)

1. To travel with someone. This phrase can be used in reference to both people and things. While I enjoy spending time alone, I sometimes wish I had someone to accompany me on vacations. Pete's dog was more than happy to accompany him to the park. My cell phone always accompanies me when I leave the house.
2. To play a musical instrument in support of a featured band or performer. While her little sister played the flute, Sarah accompanied her on the clarinet. Will you accompany me on piano when I sing at the talent show?
See also: accompany
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Warwickshire Boys' captain Rob Bardsley (Moor Hall) accompanies one of the French contingent, just ahead of Worcestershire's Rudy Hercik (Gaude Luce), over the first day's 36 holes.
The illustration "The Balloons" (above) accompanies one of the stories in the collection Autour du soleil, 30 petits contes lumineux (Around the sun: Thirty little luminous stories), published by Dominique et Compagnie, a children's literature publisher located in Saint-Lambert, Quebec.
It is estimated that a dog accompanies one third of visitors to the countryside.
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While it accompanies one of the most comprehensive museum exhibits of Data art in this country, DADA also stands well alone as a powerful historical and artistic survey: one that no art library should be without.