In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivoaccompanies, accompanied, accompanying
1(go with)acompañarhe volunteered to accompany her home — se ofreció a acompañarla a casa
- she was accompanied by her family — iba acompañada de su familia
- it should be accompanied by a dry white wine — debe servirse acompañado de un vino blanco seco
- the accompanying note/instructions — las notas/instrucciones adjuntas
- The man I am doing business with has asked I accompany him and his daughter out for the night and I couldn't say no.
- When you sign up for kayak sea tours, an experienced guide always accompanies you to help you if you have problems.
- He jokes around with the young aide accompanying him on his travels, but he is not interested in talking about himself.
- Nancy's sister and father accompany her to the wedding, for Godfrey is suddenly out of town.
- Knowledgeable local guides will accompany us, and we'll stay in varied accommodations.
- His sister Catherine accompanies him on all his shoots and Robin Tunney, currently starring in Vertical Limit, met them in Texas during American Outlaws.
- For the duration of our trip, either our escorts accompanied us or we were under police security.
- She was his constant companion throughout his career, accompanying him on his travels through the United States and abroad.
- Though she wouldn't admit it to herself, she was secretly glad to have a companion to accompany her on her long journey.
- Mariam is happy that she accompanied her six-year-old grand daughter Neha to the festival.
- June 1980: Camilla accompanies Charles as his official escort to Zimbabwean independence celebrations.
- One of her daughters insisted on accompanying her to the police station.
- He asked the lady's daughter to accompany him to his car as he was afraid of the people screaming at him.
- He had refused to allow even one companion to accompany him, arguing that he would be perfectly safe.
- For the first six miles he was accompanied by his daughter, and then he was alone.
- She was accompanied by her older sister, who was also never known for her punctuality.
- She was accompanied by her daughters the Queen and Princess Margaret to the event at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.
- Jim was accompanied by his daughter Michelle, an employee at City Hall, New York City.
- No guides accompanied us as we descended down a spiral staircase and into the past of Dubai.
- The situation is so serious that a police escort accompanies us off the plane.
2(occur simultaneously)acompañarthese symptoms are usually accompanied by trembling and sweating — estos síntomas suelen ir acompañados de temblores y sudor
- At first she thought it was thunder, but she soon noticed white gas appearing in her room accompanied by a bad smell.
- The fatigue, nausea and uncertainty that often accompany early pregnancy may tempt you to forget about fitness.
- A bull market usually accompanies expectations of widespread good corporate results.
- Smoking the mixture was said to give the user a long lasting, throbbing pain in the head accompanied by nausea.
- Nevertheless, a deadly humourlessness does sometimes accompany teen angst, and when it does, the results can be terrifying.
- The wave of nausea that usually accompanied a good bruising hit me as I swayed unsteadily on my feet.
- Although these sort of behaviors or consequences often accompany addiction, they are neither always present or inevitable.
- The letters are presented in chronological order with accompanying annotations coming within endnotes.
- The aetiology is different in both cases and the muscle spasms that accompany these dysfunctions are not always present in osteoporosis.
- The nausea that accompanies pregnancy discourages the mother from eating toxic substances that may harm her baby.
- Anemia is accompanied by a decrease in the amount of hemoglobin present in the blood.
- Osteoporosis can also accompany endocrine disorders or result from excessive use of drugs such as corticosteroids.
- They can produce a severe whirling sensation accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
- Sometimes the illness is accompanied by a rash of red or purple spots.
- Nausea and dizziness often accompany these reactions, indicating a reduction of the output of blood from the heart.
- Nausea or vomiting often accompanies the pain, which is visceral in origin and occurs as a result of distension of the gallbladder due to an obstruction or to the passage of a stone through the cystic duct.
- Many major book launches are now accompanied by author appearances on the festival circuit.
- A blitz of appearances on television and radio shows will accompany the release of the single on February 25.
- Which brings us to the more important question: Why has Africa always been so sensitive to drought, and the resulting famine that often accompanies it?
- Nausea accompanies many causes of abdominal pain.
3(soloist/singer) acompañarshe accompanies herself on the guitar/piano — se acompaña con la guitarra/al piano
- There's a guy outside Bay City Plaza in Geelong who busks by playing acoustic guitar and accompanying himself on the harmonica at the same time.
- He recalled his amazement at seeing his friend play the harmonica with one hand while accompanying himself on the piano.
- Fluff plays a worldly, battered guitar, while Billy accompanies on his harmonica, making a tuneful jingle which feels special because of the supreme effort of the two hard-up men.
- The genial German-born pianist Wolfram Rieger accompanies in a very sensitive way regarding both the demands of the composition and the needs of the singer.
- He continued to play the piano, accompanying the violinist Bronislaw Gimpel, with whom he formed the Warsaw Piano Quartet, which toured widely.
- There will be dancing accompanied by live music afterwards in The Bridge Bar.
- They were very poor and my father would go into the saloons with a banjo he had repaired and would sing and dance, accompanying himself with the banjo.
- Some artists specialize in traditional music, accompanied by stringed instruments.
- The music was supplied by Josephine Walsh accompanied by Ben Brown and Elenor Grant.
- The dazzlingly choreographed fireworks performances will be accompanied by a musical programme.
- Each was also accompanied by live musical improvisation from cellist, Anne Bourne.
- Dantone and his ensemble of 18 musicians accompany Scholl with dynamism.
- Music was provided on organ by Mrs. Mary Deering accompanied by St. Kevin's choir.
- Sigrid accompanies the Bryan Chorale and serves as pianist at Hixson Presbyterian Church.
- Another level of variety is given by the musicians and singers who accompany Bonney.
- The Brose Walsh Band provided the music to accompany all the vocalists who performed.
- The Royal Academy of Music's Symphony Orchestra will accompany the concert, conducted by Musical Director Michael Kamen.
- People who would be willing to accompany singing with any musical instrument would also be welcome.
- During Mass appropriate hymns were sung by Ann Kavanagh accompanied by organist Donna Roche.
- I thought I spotted you in Symphony Hall, Birmingham, last week, accompanying Nigel Kennedy.
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