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accompany

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈkʌmpəni/
GO WITH formal B1 to go somewhere with someone: We accompanied her back to her hotel.Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
HAPPEN TOGETHER B1 to happen or exist at the same time as something else: The teachers' book is accompanied by a CD.Acting, being or existing together
MUSIC to play a musical instrument with someone else who is playing or singingPlaying musicSinging in general
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