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Translation of "with" - English-Spanish dictionary

with

preposition   /wɪð/
A1 used to say that people or things are in a place together or are doing something together con Emma lives with her grandmother. Hang your coat with the others.
A1 having or including something con a house with a swimming pool a woman with brown eyes
A2 using something con She hit him over the head with a tennis racket.
B1 used to describe the way someone does something con He plays with great enthusiasm.
B1 used to say what fills, covers, etc. something de a bucket filled with water shoes covered with mud
because of something de She was trembling with fear.
relating to something or someone con, a There’s something wrong with the car.
be with it
to be fashionable estar a la última He reads all the style magazines and thinks he’s really with it.
to be able to think or understand quickly estar fino You’re not really with it today, are you?
(Definition of with from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

with

preposition /wið/
in the company of; beside; among; including con 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.
by means of; using con Mend it with this glue Cut it with a knife.
used in expressing the idea of filling, covering etc de Fill this jug with milk He was covered with mud.
used in describing conflict con They quarrelled with each other He fought with my brother.
used in descriptions of things con a man with a limp a girl with long hair a stick with a handle Treat this book with care.
as the result of de He is shaking with fear.
in the care of a Leave your case with the porter.
in relation to; in the case of; concerning con Be careful with that! What’s wrong with you? What shall I do with these books?
used in expressing a wish abajo/arriba el… Down with fascism!
(Definition of with from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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