Definition of 'accompaniment'
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Griffin brought tea, with the usual accompaniment of small sandwiches and cakes. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1997)It doesn't seem to be forthcoming, so I suppose I shall have to speak without accompaniment. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (1997)
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Translations for 'accompaniment'
British English: accompaniment NOUN
The accompaniment to a song or tune is the music that is played at the same time as it and forms a background to it.
He sang 'My Funny Valentine' to a piano accompaniment.
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