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with it

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with it adjective (FASHION)

old-fashioned informal knowing a lot about new ideas and fashions: He reads all the style magazines and thinks he's really with it. informal fashionable

with it adjective (MIND)

be with it informal to be able to think or understand quickly: You're not really with it today, are you?
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