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accompany

verb [T] (GO WITH)
和…一起去
 
 
/əˈkʌm.pə.ni/
to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something
陪同,陪伴;伴隨,和…一起提供(或存在)
The course books are accompanied by four cassettes.
這些課本配有四盒錄音帶。
Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia.
憂鬱症幾乎總是和失眠分不開。
The salmon was accompanied by (= served with) a fresh green salad.
那道鮭魚菜佐以新鮮的蔬菜沙拉。
Taking someone somewhere or telling them the waySimultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
slightly formal to show someone how to get to somewhere
陪送,陪同前往
Would you like me to accompany you to your room?
我送你到房間去,好嗎?
Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
formal to go with someone to a social event or to an entertainment
陪同,陪伴(某人參加社交或文娛活動)
"May I accompany you to the ball?" he asked her.
「我可以陪您去參加舞會嗎?」他問她。
I have two tickets for the theatre on Saturday evening - would you care to accompany me?
「我有兩張週六晚上的戲票,你願意陪我一起去嗎?」
Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
(Definition of accompany verb (GO WITH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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