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Definition of "go with" [go with]

  • Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ with. (verb)
  • To choose or accept (a suggestion) (verb)
  • To date, to be involved romantically with (someone) (verb)
  • To correspond or fit well with. (verb)

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Use "go with" in a sentence
  • "But who would want to go with me to a Leslie Fenk party?"
  • "A six of spades came on the turn, giving Stuey a four-flush to go with his pair of fives."
  • "By the time she got to the last regional breakfast she decided to go with the worst excuse possible, telling the RNC members through choked-back tears, My husband was dying of brain cancer and he asked me to make the contribution."