consort

consort
consort [kän′sôrt΄; ] for v. [ kən sôrt′]
n.
[OFr < L consors (gen. consortis), partner, neighbor < com-, with + sors, a share, lot: see SORT]
1. Obs. a partner; companion
2. a wife or husband; spouse, esp. of a reigning king or queen
3. a ship that travels along with another
4. Rare
a) [OFr consorte < L consortium, community of goods < consors] association; fellowship; company
b) agreement; accord
5.
a) a 17th-cent. English chamber music ensemble, sometimes including vocalists
b) the music composed for such an ensemble
vi.
1. to keep company or associate (with someone, esp. someone considered objectionable, undesirable, etc.) [consorting with thieves]
2. to be in harmony or agreement; be in accord
vt.
Obs.
1. to associate; join: usually reflexive
2. to accompany or escort

English World dictionary. . 2014.

Синонимы:
(especially a wife or a husband or one vessel of a fleet), ,


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