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[ with, with ]
/ wɪθ, wɪð /
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Idioms about with

Origin of with

First recorded 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 by.

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH with

width, with

Other definitions 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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