Meaning of “with” - Learner’s Dictionary

with

preposition uk us /wɪð/
TOGETHER

A1 used to say that people or things are in a place together or are doing something together:

Emma lives with her boyfriend.
Hang your coat with the others.
HAVING

A1 having or including something:

a woman with brown eyes
USING

A2 using something:

She hit him over the head with a tennis racket.
HOW

B1 used to describe the way someone does something:

She shut the drawer with a bang.
WHAT

B1 used to say what fills, covers, etc something:

CAUSE

B2 because of something:

She was trembling with fear.
RELATING TO

B2 relating to something or someone:

There's something wrong with the car.
The doctors are very pleased with his progress.
POSITION

used to describe the position of someone's body:

She sat with her legs crossed.
be with me/you informal

to understand what someone is saying:

Sorry, I'm not with you - can you say that again?

(Definition of “with” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)