from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which accompanies.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun He who, or that which, accompanies.
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- noun He who, or that which, accompanies -
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The accompanier goes to visit the sick person each day, assures that the patient takes their medications, assures that if the patient has a problem that he or she listens.
When a person comes in and tests positively for tuberculosis, what we do is send an accompanier to visit that person's home to see the social conditions they're living in.
Well, at that point, if the accompanier can't solve the problems by him or herself, he or she will go talk to the supervisor in the hospital.
Even if the accompanier can't solve the problem, the very fact that the person can talk about it and someone can listen without judging is really important.
After graduating a couple years later, he spent a year as a human rights accompanier in a Maya village in Guatemala, after which he moved to Florida and started work with migrant farmworkers.
Our Tanzanian accompanier said she was digging for water.
Apparently Mdm Lau (accompanier) thinks that my first piece was good.
What i have to do ... call violin teacher call violin accompanier practice 1st violin for carmen (- CURSES -- SWEARS -)
It's weird la, and after that oral, i was to play my pieces, but i couldnt find my violin and my accompanier!
As for me, I derived but one benefit from my old violin accompanier, that of becoming a good timist; in every other respect I received nothing but injury from our joint performances, getting into incorrigible habits of bad fingering, and of making up my bass with unscrupulous simplifications of the harmony, quite content if