v. 陪同，陪伴; 伴随; 为…伴奏
If you accompany someone, you go somewhere with them.
Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa...
She was accompanied by her younger brother...
If one thing accompanies another, it happens or exists at the same time, or as a result of it.
This volume of essays was designed to accompany an exhibition in Cologne...
The proposal was instantly voted through with two to one in favour, accompanied by enthusiastic applause...
If you accompany a singer or a musician, you play one part of a piece of music while they sing or play the main tune.
He sang and Alice accompanied him on the piano...
We ended with Blake's Jerusalem, accompanied on the organ by Herbert Wiseman.
1. be associated with;
2. go or travel along with;
3. perform an accompaniment to;
4. be a companion to somebody
accompany, conduct, attend, escort
This year's National Day holiday, accompany you have!
I would like to accompany me has been the one he said: Thank you!
Shall I accompany you to the hospital?
我陪您去医院 吗 ?
Accordingly, system of green food industry will accompany socialization, specialization division labor develops and grow ceaselessly.
因此, 绿色食品产业体系将伴随社会化 、 专业化分工发展而不断成长.
We have the leadership team together to accompany and principals are.