companion means: A person who is familiar with you and has been in contact with you. Someone who encourages you to be happy. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Robert Huber)
What else does companion mean?
- Recent terms for an ****** and full-service sexual service provider. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Numbskull)
- Noun that describes another person one wants to associate with. Companions should not feel the need to be associated with one another. Because it’s not imposed by current conditions, companionship is considered a pure relationship. Each companion should have their own residence or clearly marked boundaries in the same house. This allows for freedom. They can both dissociate as much or little as they want. Companionship can be contrasted with both plutonic loveconventional friendship and marriageengagementdating, as each often incorporates elements where the relationship is expected and accepted to exist at least partially due to perceived need e.g. Where one friend seeks advice from another to help them through financial difficulties; or where husband and wife feel they are in need of each other’s financial or emotional support. The nature of companionship can be either romantic sexual or non-romantic. This term can be used, for instance, to describe romantic relationships that haven’t been registered with the government. It also avoids legal entanglement. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Madalynn Palmer)
- You can carry small versions or miniaturized local directories around with you in your car. These directories were very popular in the 2000s, when mobile phones became more affordable and commonplace. However, they were still popular before I-phones. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Chana Morris)