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go with

vb. 1 (&lit go with English) 2 (context idiomatic transitive English) To choose or accept (a suggestion) 3 (context idiomatic transitive English) To date, to be involved romantically with (someone) 4 (context idiomatic transitive English) To have sexual relations with (someone) 5 (context transitive English) To correspond or fit well with. 6 (context obsolete transitive English) To be pregnant with (a child).

go with
  1. v. be associated with; "French fries come with the hamburger" [syn: attach to, accompany, come with]

  2. take the side of; be on the side of; "Whose side are you on?"; "Why are you taking sides with the accused?" [syn: side] [ant: straddle]

  3. go or occur together; "The word 'hot' tends to cooccur with 'cold'" [syn: collocate with, construe with, cooccur with, co-occur with]

Usage examples of "go with".

For example, a director had asked her to go with him to Vernon one evening, for dinner and dancing, and she had refused, for several reasons-one being her certainty that her mother would disapprove, and another the fact that the director was a married man.

But her friends wanted her to go with them to have an early-morning breakfast.