Synonyms of accompany in English:

accompany


See definition of accompany

verb

1‘I often accompanied my father on his business trips’

SYNONYMS
go with, go along with, travel with, keep someone company, tag along with, partner, escort, chaperone, attend, follow, conduct, lead, take, show, see, guide, steer, usher, pilot, convoy, help, assist, show someone the way
lead the way
Scottish chum
rare company, bear someone company, companion

2‘the illness is often accompanied by nausea’

SYNONYMS
occur with, co-occur with, coincide with, coexist with, go with, go along with, go together with, go hand in hand with, appear with
be associated with, be connected with, be linked with, attend, be concomitant with, supplement, complement, belong to
be caused by, result from, arise from, follow, be a consequence of

3‘he accompanied the choir on the piano’

SYNONYMS
back, play a musical accompaniment for, play with, play for, support