n. Friendship; an act pertaining to or befitting a friend or companion.n. A person or persons conjoined to or associated with another or others in any way; one or more having or coming into companionship with another or others: as, choose your company carefully; to meet company on the road.n. Consort of persons one with another; companionship; fellowship; association: as, to fall into company with a stranger.n. An assemblage or consociation of persons or, rarely, of animals; any associated or related aggregate, indefinitely.n. A body of persons associated for friendly intercourse, conversation, or pleasure: as, a small company to dinner.n. A number of persons united for performing or carrying on anything jointly: as, a company of players; an insurance company; the East India Company.n. A member or the members of a firm so designated without being named in the style or title of the firm: usually abbreviated when written: as, Messrs. Smith & Co.n. More specifically, in London, an ancient guild or incorporation of trade: as, “high in office in the Goldsmiths' company,”n. Milit., a subdivision of an infantry regiment or battalion, corresponding to a troop of cavalry or a battery of artillery, consisting of from 60 to 100 men, and commanded by a captain.n. Nautical: The crew of a ship, including the officers.n. A fleet.n. A number or collection of things.n. to accompany; attend; go with.n. To accompany; attend; associate with; remain with for companionship.n. To associate with as a lover or suitor.n. To frequent the society of as a suitor or sweetheart: as, to keep company with a girl.n. Synonyms Assembly, collection, group, gathering, crowd, band, horde, crew, gang, troop.To accompany; attend; go with; be companion to.To associate; join.To live in company; associate; consort or keep company.To be a gay companion.To have sexual intercourse.