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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.
- "Young Philip : Hey Quincy, I was with your mom last night and she was less difficult to manipulate than I expected!"
- "We've been granted an interview with the world famous marine biologist, Doctor Bruno Delavigne."
- "I purchased an old soviet submarine on e-bay with the money my grandfather left me."
- "Let's listen to this amazing first meeting with a chicken"
- "In order to understand this complex man who has devoted his life to communicating with the dolphins, we must first examine his past."
- "I will now attempt to initiate a dialogue with the dolphin."
- "Brian : Who's the guy with the—"
- "Bruno : That old guy with a beard is one of the most prominent mathematicians in the world Brian."
- "Brian : It looks like some old guy with a beard."
- "Well I think the goal was to express the problem in matrix form, so we're really maximizing C to the power of T times X, which is subject to AX smaller than or equal to B, with X being greater than or equal to zero."
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