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accompany

1. verb official, guard, journalist, etc2. verb friend, family member, etc3. verb happen at the same time as4. verb come with (document etc)5. verb MED symptom, feature, etc: co-occur with6. verb COOK be served with (dish)7. verb MUS musically 1 verb official, guard, journalist, etc TRANSITIVEtionlaic verb  c m uthe minister was accompanied by Gardaí bhí tionlacan Gardaí leis an aire, bhí Gardaí ag tionlacan an airethe police accompanying the shipment na póilíní a bhí ag tionlacan an lastais 2 verb friend, family member, etc TRANSITIVEbheith in éineacht letéigh in éineacht lecomóir verb  c m utionlaic verb  c m uhe accompanied her home d'fhág sé sa bhaile í, thionlaic sé abhaile í, rinne sé í a chomóradh abhaileshe accompanied me to the shop chuaigh sí chuig an siopa in éineacht liom
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3 verb happen at the same time as TRANSITIVEtéigh le PhrV  c m ugabh le PhrV  c m uthe exhibition is accompanied by a series of lectures tá sraith léachtaí ag gabháil leis an taispeántas 4 verb come with (document etc) TRANSITIVEbheith in éineacht lebheith in éindí lea photo must accompany the application ní mór grianghraf a chur isteach leis an iarratas 5 verb MED symptom, feature, etc: co-occur with TRANSITIVEtéigh le PhrV  c m ugabh le PhrV  c m ushe had a sore throat accompanied by fever bhí sceadamán nimhneach agus fiabhras uirthithis rash is often accompanied by an itch is minic a bhíonn tochas ort leis an ngríos seo 6 verb COOK be served with (dish) TRANSITIVEgabh le PhrV  c m utéigh le PhrV  c m u 7 verb MUS musically TRANSITIVEtionlaic verb  c m u