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accompanying

adjective uk   us   /əˈkʌm.pə.ni.ɪŋ/
appearing or going with someone or something else: Front-page stories broke the news of the star leaving, and accompanying photographs showed her getting on the plane. Children under twelve require an accompanying parent or guardian to see this movie.
Translations of “accompanying”
in Chinese (Traditional) 伴隨的,陪伴的, 和…一起發生的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伴随的,陪伴的, 和…一起发生的…
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