done with (someone or something)

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done with (someone or something)

Finished with someone or something; no longer involved with someone or something. I've been working on this essay for hours now, so I'm just going to write the conclusion and be done with it. That group has been a really negative influence in my life, so I've decided that I'm done with them altogether.
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done with

finished with someone or something. Mary is done with Bill. She has found another boyfriend. I can't wait until I'm done with school forever. I agree. I'll be glad when we are done with all these exams.
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The antenna work is headquartered in Palmdale and the flight test work is being done with one B-2 at Edwards.
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Both were done with one ball, with the help of one rebounder.
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