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with

Definitions by Oxford


[wɪð], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- accompanied by (another person or thing)
(e.g: a nice steak with a bottle of red wine)

- having or possessing (something)
(e.g: a flower-sprigged blouse with a white collar)

- indicating the instrument used to perform an action
(e.g: cut the fish with a knife)

- in opposition to
(e.g: a row broke out with another man)

- indicating the manner or attitude in which a person does something
(e.g: the people shouted with pleasure)

- indicating responsibility
(e.g: leave it with me)

- in relation to
(e.g: my father will be angry with me)

- employed by
(e.g: she's with the Inland Revenue now)

- in the same direction as
(e.g: marine mammals generally swim with the current)

- indicating separation or removal from something
(e.g: to part with one's dearest possessions)


Phrases:
- away with
- be with someone
- with that

Origin:
Old English, probably a shortening of a Germanic preposition related to obsolete English wither ‘adverse, opposite’







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