English vocabulary and translations (See all our English vocabulary translation)
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.
- "What's the matter with you Peter?"
- "Shall I bring some tea, perhaps some biscuits with honey?"
- "Bob the Brit : They always told me, never trust a Corsican with a gun on the fourth weekend in March!"
- "You need a little stromboli with mozzarella, a little schviardelle, a little bit of calzone, fatten you right up!"
- "He'll have a briefcase with him. You will take this briefcase and return immediately."
- "Fat Face Sal : With the guns and the money!"
- "Susie : How did I know that there was something strange happening with Bruno?"
- "Bruno : We'll start with some champagne please, and then the snails as an appetizer."
- "Fat Face Sal : What am I gonna do with you?"
- "the thing, down at the airport, with the you know."
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