come with (one)(redirected from come with them)
come with (one)
To accompany one. In informal situations, the phrase can end at "with" and convey the same meaning. I'm coming with Bill, and we should get there by 8. If I go to the mall later, do you want to come with?
come with (someone or something)
to depart in the company of someone or something; to travel with someone or a group. Come with me. We'll go to my place. Are you going to come with the tour? Are you going to come with?
1. To accompany someone; go along with someone: I didn't go to the mall alone—some friends came with me.
2. Regional (Chicago & Milwaukee) To accompany; go along. Used intransitively: I'm going to the store; do you want to come with?