with

[ with, with ]
/ wɪθ, wɪð /

preposition

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Idioms for with

Origin of with

before 900; Middle English, Old English: opposite, against (cognate with Old Norse vith), apparently short variant of Old English wither against; cognate with Old Saxon withar, Old High German widar, Old Norse vithr, Gothic withra

synonym study for with

4. See by1.

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH with

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Definition for with (2 of 2)

with-

a combining form of with, having a separative or opposing force: withstand; withdraw.

Origin of with-

Middle English, Old English. See with
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British Dictionary definitions for with

with
/ (wɪð, wɪθ) /

preposition

Word Origin for with

Old English; related to Old Norse vith, Gothic withra, Latin vitricus stepfather, Sanskrit vitarám wider
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Idioms and Phrases with with

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