accompany 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:1 教材出处:译林版选必修B1U2
v. accompanies 0 accompanying 0 accompanied 2
Find a friend to accompany you.
And it was accompanied in the nest by the greatest sight of all—LUNCH!
accompany with 伴随着，兼带着；陪…同行
accompany by 随行，伴奏；在…的陪同下
(ac·com·pan·ies, ac·com·pany·ing, ac·com·pan·ied, ac·com·pan·ied)
▪ [VN] 1. (formal) to travel or go somewhere with sb
His wife accompanied him on the trip.
2. to happen or appear with sth else
strong winds accompanied by heavy rain
Each pack contains a book and accompanying CD.
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.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Wherever her husband went, she would accompany him.
2 to play a musical instrument while someone sings a song or plays the main tune 为…伴奏
Daniel wanted Liz to accompany him on violin.
3 to happen or exist at the same time as something else 伴随
be accompanied by something
The disease is accompanied by sneezing and fever.
4 if a book, document etc accompanies something, it comes with it 〔书、文件等〕附有，带有，配有
Please see accompanying booklet for instructions.
Your passport application form should be accompanied by two recent photographs.
Origin accompany (1400-1500) Old French acompaignier, from compaing “companion”, from Late Latin companio; → COMPANION
1.VERB 动词陪伴；陪同 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…
The Prime Minister, accompanied by the governor, led the President up to the house.
2.VERB 动词伴随；和…一起发生（或同时存在） 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…
Perhaps the accompanying illustration will explain it.
3.VERB 动词为（歌手或乐手）伴奏 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.
accompany /əˈkʌmpəni/ verb
accompanies; accompanied; accompanying [+ object] 1
: to go somewhere with (someone) : to be a companion for (someone)陪伴，陪同（某人）
She will accompany me to the store.
Ten adults accompanied the class on their field trip.
Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult to see this movie.
a : to go together with (something) : to be included with (something)附带；兼有
A delicious sauce accompanied the grilled fish.
— often used as (be) accompanied常用作(be) accompanied
The text is accompanied by over 100 photographs and charts.
b : to happen or occur at the same time as or along with (something)伴随；和…同时发生 — usually used as (be) accompanied通常用作(be) accompanied
Low rates of unemployment are often accompanied by high inflation.
The thunderstorm was accompanied by high winds.
: to play music with (someone who is singing or playing the main tune) : to perform an accompaniment for (someone)为…伴奏
He will be accompanying her on the piano.
— accompanying adjective
Call the phone number in the accompanying booklet for further information.