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English definition of “with”

with

preposition (TOGETHER)   /wɪθ, wɪð/
used of people or things that are together or doing something together: She’s in the kitchen with Dad . He’s an impossible person to work with. I think I’ll have some ice cream with my pie . I’ll be with you (= I will give you my attention ) in a moment . She’s been with the magazine (= working for it) for two years .
(Definition of with preposition (TOGETHER) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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