discuss with

discuss (someone or something) with (one)

To speak to one about someone or something. I'm going to discuss this problem with Carole and try to come up with a solution. How could you make such a big decision without discussing it with me?
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discuss someone or something with someone

to talk about someone or something with someone. I need to discuss Mickey with you. We need to discuss compensation with the boss.
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Gordon Jones," he said, "but this is not a matter which I can discuss with you."
People will there discuss with humility vital questions that we here think ourselves too good to touch with tongs."
CPAs are licensed by their state, and we discuss with students the profession's concern about the complexity of different state licensure requirements because some large-firm partners must be licensed in numerous states.
But I do want them to recognize that many of the assumptions and methods that inform our approach to the novel derive from a particular school of criticism, and I discuss with them the theoretical underpinnings of New Historical criticism.
Chapter One, "Emotions in Education: The Pupil's Emotional Experience and the Role of the Teacher," begins with questions about their emotions for pupils to answer and discuss with their teachers.
* Discuss with park management topics ranging from commercial forestry operations to ecosystem and endangered species recovery at Cape Peninsula National Park
You and, if it is appropriate, your legally authorized representative should discuss with the investigator the possibility that your illness could worsen during the research study.
You can ask for a copy of the protocol to take home to discuss with family members, your physicians and others.
You and any family members interested in your well-being should discuss with the director of the research your questions about compassionate plea use.
* Discuss with the IRS the scope, nature, and desirability of record retention agreements.
There are a number of points the auditor might regularly discuss with the audit committee.
The amendments say the auditor should discuss with the committee judgments about the quality, not just the acceptability, of the company's accounting principles as applied in its financial reporting.