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verb (intr, preposition)
to accompany
to blend or harmonizethat new wallpaper goes well with the furniture
to be a normal part ofthree acres of land go with the house
to be of the same opinion asI'm sorry I can't go with you on your new plan
(of two people) to associate frequently with (each other)
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go with

1

Also, go out with. Accompany; also, date regularly. For example, When I leave, do you want to go with me? or Jerry has been going out with Frieda for two years. [Mid-1500s]

2

Be associated with, as in His accent goes with his background. [c. 1600]

3

Take the side of someone, as in I'll go with you in defending his right to speak freely. [Mid-1400s] Also see go along, def. 2.

4

Also, go well with. Look good with, match. For example, This chair goes well with the rest of the furniture, or That color doesn't go with the curtains. [Early 1700]

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