Definition of and company in English:

and company

Used after a person’s name to denote those people usually associated with them: the psycholinguistics of Jacques Lacan and company
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  • Baugh, Bravo, Mohammed and company may not be household names, but they have dragged West Indies back into this match and series.
  • Created and performed by Marjorie Campbell, Michael Healey, Kristen Thomson and company.
  • Look for more than just Shakespeare from Richard Kenyon and company.
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