Having as a possession, attribute, or characteristic: arrived with bad news; a man with a moustache.
Used as a function word to indicate accompanying detail or condition: just sat there with his mouth open.
In a manner characterized by: performed with skill; spoke with enthusiasm.
In the performance, use, or operation of: had trouble with the car.
In the charge or keeping of: left the cat with the neighbors.
In the opinion or estimation of: if it's all right with you.
In support of; on the side of: I'm with anyone who wants to help the homeless.
Of the same opinion or belief as: He is with us on that issue.
In the same group or mixture as; among: planted onions with the carrots.
In the membership or employment of: plays with a jazz band; is with a publishing company.
By the means or agency of: eat with a fork; made us laugh with his jokes.
By the presence or use of: a pillow stuffed with feathers; balloons filled with helium.
In spite of: With all her experience, she could not get a job.
In the same direction as: sail with the wind; flow with the river.
At the same time as: gets up with the birds.
In regard to: We are pleased with her decision. They are disgusted with the status quo.
Used as a function word to indicate a party to an action, communicative activity, or informal agreement or settlement: played with the dog; had a talk with the class; lives with an aunt.
In comparison or contrast to: a car identical with the one her sister just bought.
Having received: With her permission, he left. I escaped with just a few bruises.
And; plus: My books, with my brother's, make a sizable library. We had turkey with all the trimmings.
Inclusive of; including: comes to $29.95 with postage and handling.
In opposition to; against: wrestling with an opponent.
As a result or consequence of: trembling with fear; sick with the flu.