it

1
[ it ]
/ ɪt /

pronoun, nominative it, possessive its or (Obsolete or Dialect) it, objective it; plural nominative they, possessive their or theirs, objective them.

noun

(in children's games) the player called upon to perform some task, as, in tag, the one who must catch the other players.
Slang.
  1. sex appeal.
  2. sexual intercourse.

Idioms for it

Origin of it

1
before 900; Middle English, variant of Middle English, Old English hit, neuter of he1

usage note for it

See me.

Definition for with it (2 of 2)

with
[ with, with ]
/ wɪθ, wɪð /

preposition

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

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH with

width with

synonym study for with

4. See by1.
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British Dictionary definitions for with it (1 of 4)

IT

abbreviation for

information technology

British Dictionary definitions for with it (2 of 4)

it1
/ (ɪt) /

pronoun (subjective or objective)

noun

Word Origin for it

Old English hit

British Dictionary definitions for with it (3 of 4)

it2

the internet domain name for

Italy

British Dictionary definitions for with it (4 of 4)

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 it (1 of 2)

it

In addition to the idioms beginning with it

  • it figures
  • it never rains but it pours
  • it stands to reason
  • it takes all sorts
  • it takes getting used to
  • it takes one to know one
  • it takes two to tango

also see:

  • that does it

Idioms and Phrases with with it (2 of 2)

with

In addition to the idioms beginning with with

  • with a grain of salt
  • with all due respect
  • with all one's heart
  • with an eye to
  • with a vengeance
  • with a view to
  • with a will
  • with bad grace
  • with bated breath
  • with bells on
  • with flying colors, pass with
  • with good grace
  • with half a heart
  • within an ace of
  • within bounds
  • within call
  • within reach
  • within reason
  • with interest
  • with it, be
  • with one arm tied behind one's back
  • with one's eyes open
  • with one's pants down
  • with one voice
  • with open arms
  • with reason
  • with reference to
  • with the best of them
  • with the best will in the world
  • with the exception of
  • with the gloves off

also see:

  • alive with
  • all over with
  • all right with
  • all up (with)
  • along with
  • at home (with)
  • at odds (with)
  • at one (with)
  • bear with
  • born with a silver spoon
  • both barrels, with
  • bound up in (with)
  • break with
  • burst with
  • can do with
  • can't do anything with
  • cast one's lot with
  • caught with one's pants down
  • charge with
  • clear with
  • come down with
  • come out with
  • come to grips with
  • come to terms with
  • come up with
  • come with the territory
  • cook with gas
  • damn with faint praise
  • deal with
  • die with one's boots on
  • dispense with
  • do away with
  • down with
  • fall in with
  • fence with
  • fight fire with fire
  • fit in (with)
  • fix up with
  • get along with
  • get an in with
  • get away with
  • get involved with
  • get in with
  • get on (with it)
  • get over (with)
  • get together (with)
  • get tough with
  • go along (with)
  • go halves with
  • go hard with
  • gone with the wind
  • go out (with)
  • go through (with)
  • go to bed with
  • go with
  • go with the flow
  • green with envy
  • handle with gloves
  • have a brush with
  • have a way with
  • have a word with
  • have done (with)
  • have no truck with
  • have pull with
  • have to do with
  • have words with
  • hold with
  • in bad with
  • in good with
  • in league with
  • in (with) regard to
  • in trouble with
  • in with
  • it's all over with
  • keep up with
  • kill with kindness
  • laugh and the world laughs with you
  • lead with one's chin
  • learn to live with
  • level with
  • lie with
  • like a chicken with its head cut off
  • over and done with
  • over with
  • pal around with
  • part with
  • play ball (with)
  • play the devil with
  • play with fire
  • put up with
  • reckon with
  • roll with the punches
  • rub elbows with
  • run around (with)
  • run away with
  • run off with
  • run with
  • saddle someone with
  • see with half an eye
  • settle with
  • shake hands with
  • shake with laughter
  • side with
  • sign on with
  • sit well with
  • sleep with
  • spar with
  • square with
  • stand up with
  • stay with
  • stick with
  • stuck with
  • swim with the tide
  • take issue with
  • taken with
  • take the bitter with the sweet
  • take the rough with the smooth
  • take up with
  • tamper with
  • tarred with the same brush
  • tax with
  • team up with
  • tinker with
  • together with
  • to hell with
  • top off (with)
  • to start with
  • toy with
  • trouble one's head with
  • vote with one's feet
  • walk off with
  • what's with
  • what with
  • you can't take it with you
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