Agree on something: to accept a proposal or idea in accord with others; to reach a consensus.
The union and the company have finally agreed on the terms of the new contract.
Concur on someone or something: to agree on a particular person or idea.
Have you two concurred on a recipient for the scholarship?
We definitely concur on the fact that this town is the ideal place to raise our family.
Confide in someone: to share one's secrets with someone, usually a trusted person unlikely to divulge them.
Of course you can confide in me. I'm your best friend.
This issue is just so embarrassing that I can't possibly confide in anyone about it.
Mention someone or something in something: to name someone or something in a particular context; to name someone or something in a will, lecture, story, article, etc.
We mentioned you in regard to nomination for the congress.
Everyone mentioned your book in the discussions.
They mentioned your name in the discussion.
Surrender to someone or something: to submit or yield to the power, influence, or authority of someone or something.
The manhunt ended when the escaped convict surrendered to authorities in a nearby motel.
Yield to someone or something: to allow someone or something to move in front of or before oneself; to give someone or something the right of way; to submit or give in to someone or something; to relinquish victory to someone or something; to allow oneself to convinced, persuaded, overcome, etc., by some person or force; to allow someone or something to have or take somethig; to sacrifice, concede, or relinquish something to someone or something.
This sign means you have to yield to oncoming traffic.
He yielded to his opponent after being put in a chokehold.
I managed to stay off cigarettes for about a week before finally yielding to temptation.
Remember to yield right-of-way to the other driver if you're stopped at a stop sign.
Alternate with someone or something: to share a role or task with another person; to appear repetitively with something else.
Because we're co-hosting the talent show together, we're planning to alternate with jokes and introductions.
I alternated with him as the lead in the school play.
That pattern is visually overwhelming; it's just a constant line of circles alternating with squares.
Exchange something with someone: to trade or swap something with someone else.
Don't tell mom that I exchanged half of my sandwich with oen of the others kids for a bag of chips.
Collaborate with someone or something: to work on a task with another person or group.
Which department are we collaborating with on this campaign?
Help someone or something with someone or something: to give aid to someone or something in dealing with someone or something.
Please help your father with your little sister.
I helped the committee with the problem.
I can help them wirh their home work.
Start (off) with someone or something: to begin a task or a process with someone or something.
I will start off with one volunteer and then add others as we go along.
I will start off with one hot dog and get another later if I want it.
Work with someone or something: to manipulate or work on someone or something.
Let me work with him for a while. I'll convince him.
I want to work with this engine and see if I can get it started.
Arbitrate between: to mediate between two (or more) parties in conflict.
We need someone to arbitrate between these two departments before their in-fighting affects the whole company.
Mediate between: to act as an intermediary negotiator between two or more people, groups, companies, countries, etc.
The neutral country volunteered to mediate between the two warring nations to broker a peace treaty that would benefit both sides.
Differentiate between someone or something: to distinguish between multiple people or things.
I have a very hard time differentiating between the Westie and the Cairn Terrier.
Discriminate between someone or something: to recognize the difference between people or things.
I have a hard time discriminating between Jim and Greg, but they are identical twins after all.
You can discriminate between hydrangea and phlox by looking at their leaves.