swim with

swim with something

to swim in the same direction as the movement of water. Fred had no trouble swimming with the current. Please swim with the current and not against it.
See also: swim
References in classic literature ?
If master would be so good as to lean on my shoulder, master would swim with much greater ease.
I was much impeded by my rifle, having to swim with one hand while I clung to my precious weapon with the other.
The accolade was awarded by the Swimming Teachers Association, the world's largest independent swimming teaching and lifesaving association, Sharon, who runs Swim With Sharon swimming school, said: "I have been overwhelmed by all the support I have received from the STA, family and friends.
Jessica produced her best times to date since starting to swim with the masters.
3) Mickey Pacheco, 16, of Newhall, front, and fellow teammates swim with no hands during water polo practice.
Meeting the Ederle family and getting to know them helped me to swim with the spirit of Gertrude.
Bultema says having someone to swim with helps her improve.
A volunteer group of 10 qualified skin and scuba divers were engaged by DSAT in a blind evaluation test to swim with four fin models, Neofin's Surf and Sport Fins, Churchill and U.
To help with that, the two, who usually swim with their club team, have appeared at Hart practices and helped non-elite swimmers with their strokes and turns.