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English definition of “with”

with

preposition (HAVING)   /wɪθ, wɪð/
having or possessing (someone or something): I’d like a room with an ocean view. He’s married with three children. The doctor spoke with a German accent. We’re a multinational company with offices in London, Paris, and New York. With a little luck, we should be back in time for dinner. Both their children graduated with degrees in economics. With can also mean including: With your contribution, we have a total of $450.
(Definition of with preposition (HAVING) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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