Definition of together with in US English:

together with


  • As well as; along with.

    ‘their meal arrived, together with a carafe of red wine’
    • ‘One of the older girls had made tea, and now she brought this in, together with the rich fruit cake on a plate.’
    • ‘Then, when proofs come in, she circulates this document, together with the new pdf.’
    • ‘Every pupil took their turn at ringing the bell, together with staff and old friends of the school.’
    • ‘They arrived as expected together with a portion of chips and a salad garnish.’
    • ‘This Bill, together with the Act, will mark a fundamental reform of land law in Scotland.’
    • ‘They were then composted together with other green waste at the council's compost site.’
    • ‘The prestigious location together with the guaranteed rental income clinched it.’
    • ‘Ms Rowe said parishioners took along a variety of dogs together with cats and a few pet rabbits.’
    • ‘It will be an occasion when his composure, together with that of his captain, comes into its own.’
    • ‘A balanced diet together with a gentle daily or weekly exercise regime can work miracles.’
    together with, in addition to, along with, besides, plus, and, coupled with, with, over and above, on top of, over and beyond, not to mention, to say nothing of, let alone
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