One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘you're among friends’
surrounded by, in the company of, amid, in the middle of, between, in the thick of
literary amidst, in the midst of
2‘a child was among the injured’
included in, one of, some of, in the group of, in the number of, out of
3‘you'll have to decide among yourselves’
jointly, with one another, together, mutually, reciprocally
by the joint action of, by all of, by the whole of
4‘he had to distribute the proceeds among his creditors’
between, to each of
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