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1. Accompany definition is - to go with as an associate or companion
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2. How to use Accompany in a sentence.
3. Accompany People and company intelligence for executives. Accompany is now part of Cisco Keep an eye out for relationship intelligence and insights within Cisco’s suite of …
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4. Accompany definition, to go along or in company with; join in action: to Accompany a friend on a walk
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5. Accompany is a fairly formal word
6. In music, to Accompany is to play an instrument in support of someone who is playing an instrument or singing
7. (Definition of Accompany from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge …
8. 14 synonyms of Accompany from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 26 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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10. Accompany: to go along with in order to provide assistance, protection, or companionship
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11. Find 64 ways to say Accompany, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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13. The Crossword Solver found 106 answers to the Accompany crossword clue
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16. Conjugate Accompany in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
17. Accompany verb conjugation to all tenses, modes and persons
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18. Search the definition and the translation in context for “ Accompany ”, with examples of use extracted from real-life communication
19. Definition and synonyms of Accompany from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
20. This is the British English definition of Accompany.View American English definition of Accompany.
21. Accompany is a brand and design practice
22. Inflections of ' Accompany ' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
23. Accompany developed comprehensive, real-time profiles for every single Fortune 500 CEO
24. Accompany was acquired by Cisco Systems in May 2018.
25. The verb Accompany means to keep someone company, or to be their companion on a trip or journey
26. In a musical sense, Accompany means to play background music for the lead singer or soloist.
27. Accompany (one) with (some instrument) To play a musical instrument in support of a featured band or performer
28. I need someone to Accompany me with piano when I sing at the talent show.
29. Surgical Instruments Accompany Surgical offers a complete range of premium quality surgical instruments like Scissors, Forceps, Needle Holders, Retractors, Cardiovascular Forceps, Bone instruments, Mallats etc.
30. Especially suited for public areas and waiting rooms, the gentle curves and substantial visual scale of Accompany creates an impression of comfort, encouraging users to relax.
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31. ‘Osteoporosis can also Accompany endocrine disorders or result from excessive use of drugs such as corticosteroids.’ ‘Many major book launches are now accompanied by …
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32. Inflections of ' Accompany ' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
33. Definition of Accompany written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
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34. See 4 authoritative translations of Accompany in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
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35. That's when he created Accompany, a Net-a-Porter -like site that sells apparel, accessories and home goods made by marginalized groups and Indigenous communities around the world
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36. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Accompany • Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult
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37. Accompany (third-person singular simple present accompanies, present participle Accompanying, simple past and past participle accompanied) To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with
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38. The sound quality, you'll find, is definitely far improved over the muffled and muddied tracks that Accompany syndicated repeats.: Live music from blues to ragtime will Accompany the drinking and entrance is free to all sessions.: It is very much a South Island instrument of the Ngai Tahu people, used particularly in whare wananga to Accompany intoned learnings.
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39. ‘Osteoporosis can also Accompany endocrine disorders or result from excessive use of drugs such as corticosteroids.’ ‘Many major book launches are now accompanied by …
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40. What does Accompany mean? To provide with an addition; supplement
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41. "I'll Accompany you to explore my country." "I'll Accompany you exploring my country." "I'll Accompany you in exploring my country." The only option I've found on the Internet is the first one ("to explore"), but I'm not sure about this one being correct
42. Examples of Accompany in a sentence
43. According to the menu, a side salad and rolls will Accompany the steak
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44. 🔊 It is not unusual for anxiety to Accompany a bride on her wedding day
45. 🔊 If Jim can get off work, he will Accompany me on the trip
46. 🔊 A guard will Accompany the …
47. Nouns for Accompany include accompanier, accompaniers, accompaniment, accompaniments, accompanist, accompanists, Accompanying, Accompanyings, Accompanyist and
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48. Synonyms for Accompany in Free Thesaurus
49. 40 synonyms for Accompany: go with, lead, partner, protect, guide, attend, conduct, escort, shepherd
50. 2 Accompany something to happen or appear with something else strong winds accompanied by heavy rain Each pack contains a book and Accompanying CD
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51. How many syllables in Accompany? 5 2 4 6 7 3 9 8 1 syllables
52. Divide Accompany into syllables: ac-com-pa-ny Stressed syllable in Accompany: ac-com-pa-ny How to pronounce Accompany: uh-kuhm-puh-nee How to say Accompany: How to pronounce Accompany
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54. Accompany is a related term of company
55. As verbs the difference between Accompany and company is that Accompany is to go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with while company is (archaictransitive) to Accompany, keep company with
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56. Accompany definition: If you Accompany someone, you go somewhere with them
57. Accompany something Shouts of protest accompanied this announcement
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58. SYNONYMY NOTE: Accompany means to go or be together with as a companion, associate, attribute, etc., and usually connotes equality of relationship [he accompanied her to the theater]; attend implies presence either in a subordinate position or to render services, etc
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59. Jones attended the patient]; escort, convoy are both applied to the Accompanying, as by an armed guard, of …
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60. Accompany (同行(アカンパニー) (Accompaniment), rom
61. Travellers avail themselves of the occasion, and many carriages Accompany the procaccio.; Some evil spirit always seemed to Accompany him and induce people to misunderstand his intentions.; He also suffered, says the same writer, the symptoms that Accompany tuberculosis.; Often small fish allied to the mackerel Accompany them, as does also the pilot-fish of the shark.
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