acompañar = to accompany transitive verb

acompañar

transitive verb

English Translation of ACOMPAÑAR

transitive verb
: to accompany, to go withno quiero que me acompañe nadie I don't want anyone to go with me ¿quieres que te acompañe al médico? do you want me to go to the doctor's with you? ¡te acompaño! I'll come with you! iba acompañado de dos guardaespaldas he had two bodyguards with him su abogado lo acompañó en la rueda de prensa his lawyer was with him at the press conference nos quedamos un rato para acompañar a la abuela we stayed a while to keep grandmother company su hermana la acompañó durante toda su enfermedad her sister stood by her side throughout the illness la mujer que lo acompañó en sus últimos años the woman who was his companion or who was companion to him in his last years se ofrecieron a acompañarme en la búsqueda they offered to join me in the search le acompaño en el sentimiento please accept my condolences el escándalo que acompañó al estreno de la ópera the scandal that accompanied the opening of the opera este vino acompaña bien al queso this wine goes well with cheese se puede acompañar de una salsa it can be served with a sauce la solicitud debe ir acompañada de un certificado the application should be accompanied by a certificate estuvo acompañado a la guitarra por Juan Maya he was accompanied on the guitar by Juan Maya a ver si la suerte nos acompaña let's hope we're lucky parece que nos acompaña la mala suerte we seem to be having a lot of bad luck el tiempo no nos acompañó we were unlucky with the weather

Examples of ACOMPAÑAR

    un perro acompaña mucho a dog is good company ¿quieres un poco de pan para acompañar? would you like some bread to go with it? si la coyuntura económica acompaña if the economic climate is favorable es una pena que el tiempo no acompañara it's a shame the weather wasn't more favorable si el tiempo acompaña weather permitting se acompaña con la guitarra she accompanies herself on the guitar

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