phr. I accompanied my father to the cinema yesterday.
phr. The heavy work kept me from accompanying my child to go window-shopping.
phr. disregard everything to follow or accompany the gentleman
phr. Don't pester me any more. I have no time to play with you.
phr. Excuse me for my absence
phr. He is a friend indeed since he took leave to accompany you.
phr. Ask her to go with you to buy dress material. She knows a lot about it.
v. (lit) keep somebody company
v. accompany another person to study (usually in another city or country)
phr. It will be enough to accompany him for a while during the day. There is no need (for you) to also spend the evening there.
phr. I can spare half day on Sunday and spend the time shopping for clothes with you.
v. to look after an inpatient at night