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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- "Icarus : Using high pitch frequencies emitted by the global positioning device in Bruno's helicopter, and then cross referencing them both with the amount of fuel in the helicopter as well as all known latitude and longitudes in both the eastern and western hemispheres, I was able to project Bruno and Susie's trajectory and landing location within one kilometer!"
- "As you all know, we recently lost our CEO Bruno Delavigne, and shortly afterwards our interim CEO Susan Bliss, who ran off with Bruno after a very interesting wedding in London."
- "Jean : Dinner with Mamie!"
- "Philip : Discothèque with French chicks!"
- "with fisticuffs, you know, the Queensberry rules."
- "Good luck with my company!"
- "with the doors closed."
- "All this information is stored in a unique spreadsheet (with lots of pretty colors!"
- "With your gun in my hands."
- "Do you have to bring that stuff with you on every trip, Horatio?"
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