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company

noun /ˈkampəni/ ( plural companies)
a number of people joined together for a (commercial) purpose
société
a glass-manufacturing company.
guests
de la visite
I’m expecting company tonight.
companionship
compagnie
I was grateful for her company She’s always good company.
a group of companions
fréquentation
He got into bad company.
a large group of soldiers, especially part of an infantry battalion.
compagnie
keep (someone) company to go, stay etc with (someone)
tenir compagnie à qqn
I’ll come too, and keep you company.
part company (with) to leave or separate
(se) quitter
They parted company (with each other) at the bus stop.
(Definition of company from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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