take with (one or something)

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take with (one or something)

1. To consume or ingest something, especially medication, at the same time as some kind of food or drink. A noun or pronoun is used between "take" and "with." Be sure to take your medicine with meals. I have to take pills with water, or it feels like they're getting stuck in my throat. This antibiotic should be taken with food.
2. To bring someone or something along with one. A noun or pronoun is used between "take" and "with." Please take your sister with you to the mall. My daughter takes that stuffed animal everywhere with her.
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take something with something

to eat or swallow something, such as medicine, with something. You have to take this medicine with milk or soda water. I will take this pill with milk.
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