English - Vietnamese Dictionary
accompany /ə'kʌmpəni/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- đi theo, đi cùng, đi kèm, hộ tống
- (âm nhạc) đệm (đàn, nhạc)
+be associated with
+go or travel along with
+perform an accompaniment to
+be a companion to somebody
Advanced English Dictionary
1 convoy, escort, chaperon or chaperone, go along with; attend; usher, squire:
Allow me to accompany you to your taxi.
2 go (along) with, come with, be associated with, belong with, go together with, be linked with:
The roast was accompanied by a bottle of claret.
+ verb (accompanies, accompanying, accompanied, accompanied) [VN]
1 (formal) to travel or go somewhere with sb: His wife accompanied him on the trip. + I must ask you to accompany me to the police station. + Warships will accompany the convoy.
2 to happen or appear with sth else: strong winds accompanied by heavy rain + Each pack contains a book and accompanying cassette. + Shouts of protest accompanied this announcement. + The text is accompanied by a series of stunning photographs.
3 ~ sb (at / on sth) to play a musical instrument, especially a piano, while sb else sings or plays the main tune: The singer was accompanied on the piano by her sister.
Random quote: Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.: William ShakespeareLatest queries: objective, intrinsic, hound, intense, hardcover, factor, diaspora, cognate, accurate, tramp, wonder, phenomenon, ivory, verse, consigned, indicate, garage, status, replenish, accompany,