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الإنجليزية - التركية
eşlik etmek

Bize eşlik etmek için buyurun. - You're welcome to accompany us.

{f} refakât etmek
{f} birlikte olmak
{f} yanında olmak
{f} aynı anda yapmak
ile beraber içilmek
eslik etmek
beraberinde gitmek
ardından gelmek
(Muzik) eşlik et

O, partiye kadar ona eşlik etmemi önerdi. - He suggested that I accompany him to the party.

Tom'a eşlik etmeni istiyorum. - I'd like you to accompany Tom.

ile beraber olmak
yoldaşlık etmek
ile beraber yapmak
ile beraber yenilmek
{f} müz. eşlik etmek, refakat etmek
refakat etmek
birlikte oluşmak
eşlik et, ardından gel
birlikte gitmek
aynı zamanda olagelmek
yanında bulunmak
birlikte bulun
(Mukavele) bir kimseye arkadaş olmak, yanında bulunmak, beraberinde gitmek ya da gelmek, refakat etmek
{f} ile beraber (bir şey) yapmak: He accompanied the
bir kimseye arkadaş olmak
rehberlik etmek
maiyetinde bulunmak ilâve etmek
beraberinde gitmek veya gelmek
beraber yenilmek
beraber içilmek
accompany; associate with
eşlik; ortak ile
{f} eşlik edilen
(Muzik) eşliğinde

O bir Kanadalı kız eşliğinde geldi. - He came accompanied by a Canadian girl.

(Turizm) refakat etmek
(Kanun) leffen
eşlik ederek
(Kanun) melfuf
{f} eşlik et
You do well to accompany somebody about your age
(Atasözü) Cahil ile bal yeme, yaşdaş ile taş taşı
eşlik et(mek)
eşlik eder

Annesi daima ona eşlik eder. - Her mother always accompanies her.

Şimşek genellikle gök gürültüsüne eşlik eder. - Lightning normally accompanies thunder.

eşlik ediyor olan
eşlik eden

Çeşmenin önünde gitarıyla kendine eşlik eden genç bir kadın vardı. - In front of the water fountain, there was a young woman accompanying herself on a guitar.

to accompany
refakat etme
eşlik et

Tom etkinlikte Mary'ye eşlik etti. - Tom accompanied Mary to the event.

Jim, ona piyanoda eşlik etti. - Jim accompanied her on the piano.

(Askeri) REFAKAT: Taarruz eden bir kuvvete bağlı bulunan ve birlikte hareket eden. Örneğin; refakat topçusu (accompanying artillery) gibi
birlikte olan
to accompany
eşlik etmek

Bize eşlik etmek için buyurun. - You're welcome to accompany us.

الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To associate in a company; to keep company

Men say that they will drive away one another, … and not accompany together.

To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with

He was accompanied by two carts filled with wounded rebels.

To cohabit with
To perform an accompanying part next to another instrument

The strings were accompanied by two woodwinds.

To perform an accompanying part or parts in a composition
To cohabit (with)
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with; followed by with or by; as, he accompanied his speech with a bow
If you accompany someone, you go somewhere with them. Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa The Prime Minister, accompanied by the governor, led the President up to the house
{v} to join with, to go along with
be associated with; "French fries come with the hamburger"
be a companion to somebody
perform an accompaniment to; "The orchestra could barely follow the frequent pitch changes of the soprano"
vt antar 2 vt [to go with] menemani (teman) 3 vt [to go with] mengantar (antar)
– To play, sing, narrate or act along with another performer
go or travel along with; "The nurse accompanied the old lady everywhere"
keep company, be with
To perform with another performer or performers usually in a less prominent role; for example to play the piano or guitar accompaniment for a saxophone or trumpet solo Search Google com for Accompany
To perform with another performer, but in a subordinate capacity Ther term is not used when two performers have equal status, as in a violin and piano sonata
If you accompany a singer or a musician, you play one part of a piece of music while they sing or play the main tune. He sang and Alice accompanied him on the piano
{f} go along with, go together with; join, attach
go or travel along with; "The nurse accompanied the old lady everywhere
If one thing accompanies another, it happens or exists at the same time, or as a result of it. This volume of essays was designed to accompany an exhibition in Cologne
{a} attended by, attended with
following as a consequence; "an excessive growth of bureaucracy, with related problems"; "snags incidental to the changeover in management
To accompany
having accompaniment or companions or escort; "there were lone gentlemen and gentlemen accompanied by their wives
under escort
past of accompany
third-person singular of accompany
{s} providing musical accompaniment; joining along with; escorting, attending
Present participle of to accompany