He runs his own trucking company.
She joined the company last year.
The company is based in Paris.
Her dogs are her only company these days.
You can tell a lot about people by the company they keep. Verb
in her sermon the minister noted that Jesus had companied with the least privileged and most disadvantaged members of society
may the Good Lord company you on your journey home See More
Recent Examples on the Web
The spokesperson faulted the union for a failure to make progress in contract negotiations, noting that the walkout would involve a fraction of the company's overall workforce.—Max Zahn, ABC News, 16 Nov. 2023 The documentary is produced by Common Table Creative, the production company of co-directors Oliver English and Simon English.—Caroline Brew, Variety, 16 Nov. 2023 Some companies are trying other ways to nudge customers to tip.—J.j. McCorvey, NBC News, 16 Nov. 2023 Workers at the powerhouse audio production company behind podcasts The Happiness Lab and The Dream, Pushkin Industries, have unionized after management voluntarily recognized their bargaining unit.—Katie Kilkenny, The Hollywood Reporter, 16 Nov. 2023 The last time Swedish unions faced off against an international company over working conditions was when toy company Toys R Us also refused to negotiate a collective agreement in 1995.—WIRED, 16 Nov. 2023 Zibby Owens posted an essay on Tuesday on Substack, explaining why her multimedia company, Zibby Media, had rescinded its National Book Award donation.—Emily St. Martin, Los Angeles Times, 16 Nov. 2023 Government agencies exclusively launched astronauts to the station until Elon Musk's company, SpaceX, brought four to the ISS in 2020.—Matt Leach, Fox News, 4 Nov. 2023 The company’s original series in the third quarter included episodes of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon and The Walking Dead: Dead City.—Georg Szalai, The Hollywood Reporter, 3 Nov. 2023 See More
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Noun and Verb
Middle English companie, from cumpaignie, from cumpaing companion — more at companion