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cram with

Cram with someone or something: to fill something with more than it can reasonably hold or accommodate. Because this room is just totally crammed with people, we're moving everyone into the auditorium. I had crammed my suitcase with so muc…

alternate with

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 al…

collaborate with

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…

check with

Check with someone or something: to consult or confer with someone about something. I'm the lead person on this company, so please check with me before making any big decision. Confer with someone: to discuss something with someone. I need…

agree with

Agree with someone or something: to share the same opinion as another person or group. I agree with the way managemnt is trying to address the problem of employee tardiness. Accord with something: to match or agree with something. The susp…

compare with

Compare someone or something with someone or something: to consider the sameness or difference of sets of things or people. Let's compare the virtue of savings accounts with investing in bonds. Contrast someone or something with someone or…

combine with

Combine something with something: to add or mix two or more things together. Now, we need to combine the meat with the rest of the ingredients in the stew. Integrate someone with someone: to mix people together; to unify people into one gr…

be with

Affiliate someone or something with someone or something: to link or connect certain people or things. Please don't affiliate yourself with those other troublemakers in your class. I'm sorry, but our practice isn't affiliated with that pro…

go with

Associate (oneself) with something: to have a relationship with someone. I don't associate with the criminals like him. I think he's happy to associate himself with successful people like us. Associate something with someone or something: …

reinforce with

Adorn someone or something with something: to embellish or decorate someone or something with some kind of decoration. We always adorn our tree with lights, ornaments and tinsel on Christmas Eve. Decorate something with something: to embel…

deal with

Comply with something: to follow or adhere to a particular rule or regulation. Please be advised that your construction project needs to comply with all building codes. Deal with someone or something: to manage or handle someone or somethi…

bother with

Bother with someone or something: to take the time or trouble to deal with someone or something. Please don't bother with her. She can take care of herself. Bother someone with someone or something: to annoy someone with someone or somethi…