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With and without
With can mean ‘carrying’ or ‘having’.
With can also indicate what is used.
With may show association.
With is used after a number of adjectives which show how people are feeling towards others.
With can indicate the manner in which something is done.
With can mean ‘at the same time as’ or ‘in the same way as’.
With may indicate support or agreement.
After certain verbs (e.g. fight, struggle, quarrel, argue, play etc.) with can be used with the same meaning as against.
Without is the opposite of with.
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