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Translation of "accompany" - English-Spanish dictionary

accompany

verb   /əˈkʌm·pə·ni/ ( present participle accompanying, past tense and past participle accompanied)
B1 formal to go to a place with someone acompañar All children must be accompanied by an adult.
B1 to be sold or supplied with something else venir con The book is accompanied by a DVD.
to play a musical instrument with someone else who is playing or singing acompañar
(Definition of accompany from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

accompany

verb /əˈkampəni/ ( past tense, past participle accompanied)
to go with (someone or something) acompañar He accompanied her to the door.
(music ) to play a musical instrument to go along with (a singer etc) acompañar She accompanied him on the cello.
to happen, exist, or appear with something else Acompañar His speech was accompanied by loud cheering from the crowd.
accompaniment noun
something that accompanies acompañamiento I’ll play the guitar accompaniment while you sing.
accompanist noun
(music) a person who plays a musical accompaniment. acompañante He performs as an accompanist on piano and organ.
(Definition of accompany from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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