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return (from something) with (someone or something)

1. To come back (from some place or thing) bearing something. She returned from her trip with gifts for the kids. A: "John has gone to the hospital to check in on Mary." B: "I hope he returns with good news."
2. To come back (from some place or thing) accompanying someone. The store manager returned with a police officer to arrest the man he'd caught stealing. I should return from the airport with Aunt Lydia around 5 o'clock or so.
3. To come back (from some activity, place, or thing) in possession of something. He returned from his internship with the experience necessary to get a full-time job. It's important to take time off from work so that you can return with a renewed sense of purpose and energy.
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return with something

to come back with something. He went to town and returned with the doctor just in time. She returned with the material they had requested.
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