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accompany

verb [T]  /əˈkʌm·pə·ni/ us  
to go with someone or to exist at the same time as something: Students cannot leave the building during class hours unless they are accompanied by an adult. music In music, to accompany is to play an instrument in support of someone who is playing an instrument or singing.
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