Definitions starting with W

ID #3566

with

prep. 1. [Trin. idem (Winer); OED "after full, now replace by of"] in the phrase: full with: I had a pot full with water (COB). (Black)

2. [cf. ALONG WITH: cf. MCC "The captain with everybody was there" (Holm 1978: 291)] and 1977 Papa and Mama with baby Lewis (Albury 89).

3. [OED form a phrase equivalent to a clause with when] at a time when: I marry with crab eight cent a dozen (Ragged).

Tags: phrase, preposition, time

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Last update: 2010-11-26 16:25
Author: Holm and Shilling, DBE, 1982
Revision: 1.0

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