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Verb + With: 25 Common Combinations with WITH


Verb + With Combinations! List of common verb preposition combinations with with with ESL picture and example sentences in English.

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Verb + With Collocation Examples

List of Combinations with WITH

  • Acquaint with
  • Agree with
  • Associate with
  • Charge with
  • Clutter with
  • Coincide with
  • Collide with
  • Compare with
  • Comply with
  • Confront with
  • Confuse with
  • Cover with
  • Cram with
  • Deal with
  • Discuss with
  • Help with
  • Ingratiate oneself with
  • Meet with
  • Pack with
  • Plead with
  • Provide with
  • Speak with
  • Talk with
  • Tamper with
  • Trust with

Combinations with With with Example Sentences

Acquaint with

  • acquainted Mary with French cuisine.

Agree with

  • He always agrees with my opinion.

Associate with

  • Susan associates chocolate with childhood.

Charge with

  • The officer charged Mr. Smith with blackmail.

Clutter with

  • The room was cluttered with paper.

Coincide with

  • My birthday coincides with a national holiday.

Collide with

  • The car collided with a truck and blocked traffic.

Compare with

  • These mountains do not compare with the Himalayas.

Comply with

  • He complies with each and every order.

Confront with

  • confronted Vivian with the evidence.

Confuse with

  • I’m afraid I confused you with someone else.

Cover with

  • She covered her face with her hands.

Cram with

  • My closed is crammed with dirty clothes!

Deal with

  • I can’t deal with so much overtime.

Discuss with

  • I’d like to discuss our next conference with the boss.

Help with

  • helped the committee with the problem.

Ingratiate oneself with

  • Ingratiate yourself with the headmaster and your life with be easy!

Meet with

  • The congressman met with strong opposition to his plan.

Pack with

  • Peter packed his case with extra brochures.

Plead with

  • He plead with his teacher to give him one more chance.

Provide with

  • Jane provided herself with just enough food to get through the weekend.

Speak with

  • Can I speak with you for a minute?

Talk with

  • We looked around the school and talked with the principal.

Tamper with

  • Do not tamper with this equipment.

Trust with

  • trust Bob with all of my financial information.

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Combinations with WITH

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