to accompany: accompagner
Will you accompany me to the doctor's office? M'accompagnerez-vous chez le médecin?
Bruno was accompanied by Horatio at the meeting. Bruno était accompagné d'Horatio à la réunion.
to be accompanied (by someone): être accompagné (de qq'un)
UK: I will be accompanying the singer on guitar.
US: A true gentleman accompanies his date to the door.
- "Each billboard is accompanied by a high-powered fan and several cartridges of Washed Up fragrance oil."
- "But the idea of accompanying my meal with a glass of wine that smells like rotten eggs?"
- "We will have a television campaign to accompany the product launch, the cream comes in a tube... Who's got something?"
- "I would like you to accompany Philip on this trip in order to discuss said invoices with their accounts department while Philip discusses new orders with their buyers, thereby killing two birds with one stone."
- "A jingle, no longer than 30 seconds long, to accompany television and radio ads for Outback Cologne."
- "Bobby Vanquish, the king of jazz, returns to San Francisco this weekend, accompanied by six of the 21st century's finest horn players."
- "Coming from a long lineage of pilots, Donny Dare's passion for flying started at the age of five, when he accompanied his father on bombing missions for the RAF during World War II."
- "Bernie will accompany you to the front door."
- "I want to inform you that we are currently looking for a short jingle to accompany our new radio advertising campaign for Delavigne perfumes."
- "We want to create an advertisement for our product, Outback Cologne: something musical to accompany a television ad."
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