in company with somebody/something

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in company with (someone or something)

1. Together with someone or something; at the same time as someone or something. The prime minister attended the ceremony in company with leaders of the major religious denominations from around the country.
2. At the same level as someone or something; in league with someone or something. Thank you all for this award. It's humbling to be in company with some of the all-time legends of the sport.
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in company with somebody/something

(formal) together with or at the same time as somebody/something: She arrived in company with the ship’s captain.The US dollar went through a difficult time, in company with the oil market.