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Definition of go with phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary


go with

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
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Phrasal Verbs

go with somebody

(old-fashioned) (informal)
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to have a romantic relationship with someone

    go with something

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  1. 1to be included with or as part of something A car goes with the job.
  2. 2to agree to accept something, for example a plan or an offer You're offering $500? I think we can go with that.
  3. 3(also go (together)) to combine well with something synonym match Does this jacket go with this skirt? Those colors don't really go together.
  4. 4(also go together) to exist at the same time or in the same place as something; to be found together Disease often goes with poverty. Disease and poverty often go together.
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: go with