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 (wĭth, wĭth)
1. In the company of; accompanying: Did you go with her?
2. Next to; alongside of: stood with the rabbi; sat with the family.
a. Having as a possession, attribute, or characteristic: arrived with bad news; a man with a moustache.
b. Used as a function word to indicate accompanying detail or condition: just sat there with his mouth open; a patient with a bad back.
a. In a manner characterized by: performed with skill; spoke with enthusiasm.
b. In the performance, use, or operation of: had trouble with the car.
5. In the charge or keeping of: left the cat with the neighbors.
6. In the opinion or estimation of: if it's all right with you.
a. In support of; on the side of: I'm with anyone who wants to help the homeless.
b. Of the same opinion or belief as: He is with us on that issue.
8. In the same group or mixture as; among: planted onions with the carrots.
9. In the membership or employment of: plays with a jazz band; is with a publishing company.
a. By the means or agency of: eat with a fork; made us laugh with his jokes.
b. By the presence or use of: a pillow stuffed with feathers; balloons filled with helium.
11. In spite of: With all her experience, she could not get a job.
12. In the same direction as: sail with the wind; flow with the river.
13. At the same time as: gets up with the birds.
a. In regard to: We are pleased with her decision. They are disgusted with the status quo.
b. Used as a function word to indicate a party to an action, communicative activity, or informal agreement or settlement: played with the dog; had a talk with the class; lives with an aunt.
15. In comparison or contrast to: a car identical with the one her sister just bought.
16. Having received: With her permission, he left. I escaped with just a few bruises.
a. And; plus: My books, with my brother's, make a sizable library. We had turkey with all the trimmings.
b. Inclusive of; including: comes to $29.95 with postage and handling.
18. In opposition to; against: wrestling with an opponent.
19. As a result or consequence of: trembling with fear; sick with the flu.
20. So as to be touching or joined to: coupled the first car with the second; linked arms with their partners.
21. So as to be free of or separated from: parted with her husband.
22. In the course of: We grow older with the hours.
23. In proportion to: wines that improve with age.
24. In relationship to: at ease with my peers.
25. As well as; in favorable comparison to: She could sing with the best of them.
26. According to the experience or practice of: With me, it is a question of priorities.
27. Used as a function word to indicate close association: With the advent of the rockets, the Space Age began.
adv. Informal
As company; along: We're going to the movies. Are you coming with?
in with Informal
In league or association with: He is in with the wrong crowd.
with it Informal
1. Interested in and sensitive to the latest styles and trends; up-to-date.
2. Streetwise and knowing; savvy.
3. Mentally competent.

[Middle English, with, against, from, from Old English; see wi- in Indo-European roots.]
Usage Note: When the subject of a sentence is followed by a noun or noun phrase introduced by with rather than and, the verb remains singular: The governor, with his aides, is expected to attend the fair. See Usage Note at and.
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(wɪð; wɪθ)
1. using; by means of: he killed her with an axe.
2. accompanying; in the company of: the lady you were with.
3. possessing; having: a man with a red moustache.
4. concerning or regarding: be patient with her.
5. in spite of: with all his talents, he was still humble.
6. used to indicate a time or distance by which something is away from something else: with three miles to go, he collapsed.
7. in a manner characterized by: writing with abandon.
8. caused or prompted by: shaking with rage.
9. often used with a verb indicating a reciprocal action or relation between the subject and the preposition's object: agreeing with me; chatting with the troops.
10. not with you informal not able to grasp or follow what you are saying
11. with it informal
a. fashionable; in style
b. comprehending what is happening or being said
12. with that after that; having said or done that
[Old English; related to Old Norse vith, Gothic withra, Latin vitricus stepfather, Sanskrit vitarám wider]
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(wɪθ, wɪð)

1. accompanied by; accompanying: I will go with you.
2. in some particular relation to (esp. implying interaction, company, association, conjunction, or connection): I dealt with the problem. She agreed with me.
3. characterized by or having: a person with initiative.
4. by the use of as a means or instrument; using: cut with a knife.
5. in a manner using or showing: to work with diligence.
6. in correspondence, comparison, or proportion to: How does their plan compare with ours?
7. in regard to: to be pleased with a gift.
8. owing to: to shake with fear.
9. in the region, sphere, or view of: It is day with us while it is night with the Chinese.
10. from: to part with a thing.
11. against, as in opposition or competition: Don't fight with your brother.
12. in the keeping or service of: to leave something with a friend.
13. in affecting the judgment, estimation, or consideration of: Her argument carried a lot of weight with the trustees.
14. at the same time as or immediately after; upon: And with that last remark, she turned and left.
15. of the same opinion or conviction as: Are you with me on this issue?
16. in proximity to or in the same household as: He lives with his parents.
17. (used as a function word to specify an additional circumstance or condition): We climbed the hill, with Jeff following behind.
with it, aware of and participating in up-to-date trends.
[before 900; Middle English, Old English: opposite, against (c. Old Norse vith), appar. short variant of Old English wither against, c. Old Saxon withar, Old High German widar, Old Norse vithr, Gothic withra]


a combining form of with, having a separative or opposing force: withdraw; withstand.
[Middle English, Old English. See with]
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1. basic uses

If one person or thing is with another, they are together in one place.

I stayed with her until she fell asleep.
The dictionaries go on that shelf with the other reference books.

If you do something with a tool or object, you do it using that tool or object.

Clean the floor with a mop.
He pushed back his hair with his hand.
2. used to mention an opponent

You use with after verbs like fight or argue. For example, if two people are fighting, you can say that one person is fighting with the other.

He was always fighting with his brother.
Judy was arguing with Brian.

Similarly, you can use with after nouns like fight or argument.

I had a disagreement with my friend.
She won a legal battle with her employer.
3. used in descriptions

You can use with immediately after a noun phrase to mention a physical feature that someone or something has.

He was an old man with a beard.
They lived in a house with white walls and a red roof.

You can use with like this to identify someone or something. For example, you can refer to someone as 'the tall man with red hair'.

Who's that girl with the gold earrings?
Our house is the one with the blue shutters.

You don't usually use 'with' to mention what someone is wearing. Instead you use in.

I noticed a smart woman in a green dress.
The office was full of men in suits.
See wear
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preposition accompanied by, in the company of, escorted by, WIV (S.M.S.), w/ (S.M.S.) She came with her two children.
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mitbeiIch habe fertigmittelsverstehen
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af, vegnahjámeðmeîmeî, af
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[wɪð, wɪθ] PREPOSITION
When with is part of a set combination, eg good with, pleased with, to agree with, look up the other word.
The commonest translation of with is con. Note that whenever it combines with , ti or the forms conmigo, contigo, consigo are used.
he had an argument with his brothertuvo una discusión con su hermano
she mixed the sugar with the eggsmezcló el azúcar con los huevos
I'll be with you in a momentun momento y estoy con vosotros, en un momento or enseguida estoy con vosotros
come with me!ven conmigo
he took it away with himse lo llevó consigo
BUT with the Alcántara it is the biggest ship in or of its class → junto con el Alcántara es el mayor buque de esa clase
see also down A7, A10
see also off A3
see also out A1
along or together withjunto con
he was arrested along or together with four other terroristsfue detenido junto con otros cuatro terroristas
to be with sb (= in the company of) → estar con algn
I was with himyo estaba con él
I'm with you thereen eso estoy de acuerdo contigo
BUT are you with us or against us? → ¿estás a favor nuestro o en contra?
I'm not with you (= able to understand) → no te entiendo or sigo
are you with me?¿me entiendes?
it's a problem that will always be with uses un problema que siempre nos va a afectar, es un problema que no se va a resolver
to be with it (= up-to-date) → estar al tanto or al día; (= fashionable) [person] → estar al tanto de lo que se lleva; [thing] → estar de moda; (= mentally alert) → estar lúcido or despabilado
sorry, I'm just not with it todaylo siento, hoy estoy atontado
to get with itponerse al día
get with it!¡ponte al día!
2. (in descriptions) → con
we're looking for a house with a gardenbuscamos una casa con jardín
I don't like men with beardsno me gustan los hombres con barba
a man with checked trousersun hombre con pantalones de cuadros
a car with the latest featuresun coche con las últimas novedades or prestaciones
BUT passengers with tickets → los pasajeros que tienen or con billetes
you can't speak to the queen with your hat onno se puede hablar con la reina con el sombrero puesto
Note: when the with description pinpoints the particular person or thing you are talking about, with is usually translated by de:
the man with the checked trousersel hombre de los pantalones de cuadros
the girl with the blue eyesla chica de los ojos azules
3. (indicating manner, means) → con
to walk with a walking stickandar con bastón
to cut wood with a knifecortar madera con un cuchillo
BUT with one blow → de un golpe
she took off her shoes with a sighse quitó los zapatos dando un suspiro
... and with these words of advice, he left us... y tras darnos este consejo nos dejó
to fill a glass with winellenar una copa de vino
with no trouble at allsin dificultad alguna, sin ninguna dificultad
with that, he closed the doorluego or a continuación, cerró la puerta, luego, cerró la puerta
4. (indicating cause) → de
to shiver with coldtiritar or temblar de frío
to shake with feartemblar de miedo
the hills are white with snowlas colinas están cubiertas de nieve
BUT to be ill with measles → tener sarampión
I spent a week in bed with fluestuve una semana en (la) cama con la gripe
5. (= as regards) → con
it's the same with most team sportslo mismo ocurre con la mayoría de los deportes de equipo
BUT it's a habit with him → es una costumbre que tiene, es algo típico de él
how are things with you?¿qué tal?, ¿cómo te va? (esp LAm), ¿qué hubo? (Mex, Chile)
6. (= owing to) → con
I couldn't see him with so many people thereno lo vi con tanta gente como había
with so much happening it was difficult to arrange a datecon todo lo que estaba pasando era difícil acordar una cita
BUT with the approach of winter, trade began to fall off → al acercarse el invierno, el comercio empezó a declinar
7. (= according to) [increase, change, improve] → con
the risk of developing heart disease increases with the number of cigarettes smokedel riesgo de sufrir enfermedades coronarias aumenta con el número de cigarrillos que se fume
BUT it varies with the time of year → varía según la estación
8. (= in the house of) → con
he lives with his auntvive con su tía
she stayed with friendsse quedó con or en casa de unos amigos
9. (= working for) he's with IBMtrabaja para or en IBM
a scientist with ICIun científico de ICI
I've been with this company for eight yearsllevo ocho años en esta empresa
10. (= in the care of) to leave sth with sbdejar algo en manos de algn or con algn
to leave a child with sbdejar a un niño al cuidado de algn or con algn
11. (on, about) he had no money with himno llevaba dinero (encima)
luckily, she had an umbrella with herafortunadamente, llevaba (encima) un paraguas
12. (= in the same direction as) → con
I was swimming with the currentnadaba con or a favor de la corriente
see also flow A
13. (= in spite of) → con
with all his faultscon todos sus defectos
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[ˈwɪð ˈwɪθ] prep
(= in the company of) → avec
Her son was with her → Son fils était avec elle.
Come with me → Venez avec moi.
He walked with her to the door
BUT Il la raccompagna à la porte.
I'll be with you in a minute
BUT Je suis à vous dans un instant.
(= at the home of) → chez
to stay with sb → loger chez qn
We stayed with friends → Nous avons logé chez des amis.
to live with sb → vivre avec qn
She lives with her father → Elle vit avec son père.
(= accompanied by) → avec
Serve hot, with pasta or rice → Servez chaud, avec des pâtes ou du riz.
(= against) → avec
to fight with sb → se battre avec qn
to argue with sb → se disputer avec qn
to compete with sb → concourir avec qn
We couldn't compete with players like O'Reilly → On ne pouvait pas se mesurer à des joueurs comme O'Reilly.
to play tennis with sb → jouer au tennis avec qn
(= using) → avec
Remove the meat with a fork → Retirez la viande avec une fourchette.
Doctors are treating him with the drug AZT → Les médecins lui administrent de l'AZT., Les médecins le soignent avec de l'AZT.
to walk with a stick → marcher avec une canne
He walks with a stick → Il marche avec une canne.
(= carrying) → avec
A man came round with a tray of chocolates → Un homme passa avec un plateau de chocolats.
(in descriptions) (= having) a room with a view → une chambre avec vue
the man with the grey hat → l'homme au chapeau gris
a woman with blue eyes → une femme aux yeux bleus
with tears in her eyes → les larmes aux yeux
someone with a low income → quelqu'un vivant avec un bas salaire
(= suffering from) → avec
people with AIDS → les personnes qui vivent avec le sida
to be in bed with flu → être au lit avec la grippe
(indicating what covers or fills sth)de, d' before n beginning with a vowel
His legs were caked with mud → Ses jambes étaient couvertes de boue.
The table was cluttered with dirty tea cups → La table était encombrée de tasses sales.
The rooms are stuffed with antiques → Les pièces sont bourrées d'antiquités.
Sprinkle the top with the Parmesan cheese → Saupoudrez le dessus de parmesan.
to fill sth with water → remplir qch d'eau
Fill the jug with water → Remplis la carafe d'eau.
(= in regard to) → avec
He has a problem with money → Il a un problème avec l'argent.
(indicating manner)avec
with reluctance → à contrecœur
with dignity → avec dignité
with a sigh → en poussant un soupir
With a sigh, she leant back and closed her eyes → Elle se rejeta en arrière et ferma les yeux en poussant un soupir.
with a smile → en souriant
(indicating cause)de
red with anger → rouge de colère
to shake with fear → trembler de peur
(describing position)avec
She stood with her hands on the sink → Elle se tenait debout avec les mains sur l'évier.
Michelle had fallen asleep with her head against his shoulder → Michelle s'était endormie, la tête contre son épaule.
(= in spite of) → avec
with all sb's faults → avec tous les défauts de qn
(making comparisons or contrasts)avec
It's different with us → C'est différent avec nous.
It's the same with most jobs → C'est la même chose avec la plupart des emplois.
(= according to) → avec
to increase with sth → augmenter avec qch
to decrease with sth → diminuer avec qch
(= in the direction of) to drift with the current → être emporté par le courant
to be with sb (= understand) → suivre qn
I'm with you → Je vous suis.
I'm not with you → Je ne vous suis pas.
to be with sb (= support) → être avec qn
I'm with you all the way → Je suis à fond avec toi.
(= wrong with, the matter with) what's with you? → qu'est-ce qui t'arrive?, qu'est-ce qui te prend?
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mit; are you pleased with it?bist du damit zufrieden?; bring a book with youbring ein Buch mit; with no …ohne …; (together) with the Victory, it’s the biggest ship of its classneben der Victory ist es das größte Schiff in seiner Klasse; to walk with a stickam or mit einem Stock gehen; put it with the restleg es zu den anderen; the wind was with uswir hatten den Wind im Rücken, wir fuhren etc mit dem Wind; how are things with you?wie gehts?, wie stehts? (inf) ? with it
(= at house of, in company of etc)bei; I’ll be with you in a momenteinen Augenblick bitte, ich bin gleich da; 10 years with the company10 Jahre bei or in der Firma; the problem is still with uswir haben immer noch das alte Problem
(on person, in bag etc) → bei; I haven’t got my cheque book with meich habe mein Scheckbuch nicht bei mir
(cause) → vor (+dat); to shiver with coldvor Kälte zittern; the hills are white with snowdie Berge sind weiß vom Schnee; to be ill with measlesdie Masern haben, an Masern erkrankt sein
(= in the case of)bei, mit; it’s always the same with youes ist (doch) immer dasselbe mit dir; the trouble with him is that he …die Schwierigkeit bei or mit ihm ist (die), dass er …; it’s a habit with himdas ist bei ihm Gewohnheit; with God, all things are possiblebei or für Gott ist kein Ding unmöglich
(= while sb/sth is)wo; you can’t go with your mother ill in bedwo deine Mutter krank im Bett liegt, kannst du nicht gehen; with all this noise going onbei diesem Lärm; to quit with the job half-finishedvon der halb fertigen Arbeit weglaufen; with the window openbei offenem Fenster
(= in proportion)mit; it varies with the temperaturees verändert sich je nach Temperatur; wine improves with ageWein wird mit zunehmendem Alter immer besser; it gets bigger with the heatin der Wärme wird es immer größer
(= in spite of)trotz, bei; with all his faultsbei allen seinen Fehlern, trotz aller seiner Fehler
(= in agreement, on side of) I’m with you there (inf)da stimme ich dir zu; is he with us or against us?ist er für oder gegen uns?
(inf, expressing comprehension) are you with me?kapierst du? (inf), → hast dus? (inf), → kommst du mit? (inf); I’m not with youda komm ich nicht mit (inf); are you still with me?kommst du (da) noch mit? (inf), → ist das noch klar?
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(wið) preposition
1. in the company of; beside; among; including. I was walking with my father; Do they enjoy playing with each other?; He used to play football with the Arsenal team; Put this book with the others.
2. by means of; using. Mend it with this glue; Cut it with a knife.
3. used in expressing the idea of filling, covering etc. Fill this jug with milk; He was covered with mud.
4. used in describing conflict. They quarrelled with each other; He fought with my brother.
5. used in descriptions of things. a man with a limp; a girl with long hair; a stick with a handle; Treat this book with care.
6. as the result of. He is shaking with fear.
7. in the care of. Leave your case with the porter.
8. in relation to; in the case of; concerning. Be careful with that!; What's wrong with you?; What shall I do with these books?
9. used in expressing a wish. Down with fascism!; Up with Manchester United!
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conj. con.
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