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with is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
with

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

Preposition
with

  1. With is used to show the other people or things present when something happened.
    I went to school with my brother.
  2. With is used to describe something added to something else.
    The cat has a collar with a bell on it.
  3. With is used to show what thing is used to do something.
    He hit the nail with a hammer.
  4. With is used to introduce non-finite or verbless clauses.
    With the children so sick, we weren't able to get much work done.

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