keep sb. company

keep sb. company
رَافَقَ \ accompany: to go with; happen or exist at the same time as sth. else: The storm was accompanied by thunder, perform music as a support to a singer, etc.. escort: to go with sb. as a guard: Two warships escorted the Queen (or Queen’s ship) into harbour. keep sb. company: to be or go with sb.: His dog keeps him company. see: (with an expression of place) to go with sb. (politely or helpfully): I’ll see you home. I’ll see you to the door.

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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