English vocabulary and translations (See all)
with: accompanying; including; next to; using
I will go with you, so you are not alone.
UK: Are you with me or against me?
US: I live with my mother.
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- "Jean : Dinner with Mamie!"
- "'Down with the Duke' are known for their anarchist tendencies, pulsating tambourine rhythms, and filthy lyrics."
- "Fans of the punk group 'Down with the Duke' will finally get their wish when the band makes its highly anticipated comeback tomorrow night at the Free Trade Room in New York City."
- "I'm washing them - with soap."
- "I'll just check with the boys down at the crime lab."
- "Do you have to bring that stuff with you on every trip, Horatio?"
- "Youri say that Kalack country was created when giant salamander Bourishnakov make kisses and sexy time with Yabadev the Cruel."
- "Philip : Discothèque with French chicks!"
- "Jean : Well, I'm very hungry, and since we don't eat dinner with Mamie, I suggest we go inside and at least we have a bite to eat, you know 'miam miam'."
- "A warm place with no memory."
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