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What is another word for accompany?

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To stay or go with someone to keep them company or to assist them
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“Apa was so grateful to have Jorina accompany her during this stage of her pregnancy.”
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To follow or go along with someone to someplace
“I'd like to speak with those captains about the terrain, but first, I hope you won't mind if I accompany you to your chamber, Sir Naoya?”
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To lead or show the way
“The owner will find it oftentimes to his advantage to accompany his horse to the forge.”
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To stay or go with someone in order to protect them
“Two guards will accompany you. They may be rough and seem mean to you but they are instructed to not harm you.”
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To entertain or invite to a social rendezvous
“Do you mind if I accompany you to dinner tonight?”
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To exist or occur together or at the same time
“A blitz of appearances on television and radio shows will accompany the release of the single on February 25.”
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To play a musical accompaniment to
“Pupils can use keyboards, guitars, orchestral instruments, and percussion to accompany the singing and double vocal parts.”
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To cause two or more events to happen at the same time or rate
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To happen or take place, especially following an earlier event
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To stay with or accompany a person or group casually
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To correspond or cause to correspond in some essential respect
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Take to the airport
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To function in a complementary manner with
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To follow or chase after
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To march or force a person forward while holding their arms from behind or the side, as a prisoner
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