together with (someone or something)

together with (someone or something)

Along with someone or something; as well as someone or something. My headache, together with my fever, are making me feel pretty lousy.
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together with

In the company of; also, in addition to. For example, He arrived at the theater together with his girlfriend, or The lawyer found the will, together with other papers, in the murdered man's files. [Late 1400s] For a synonym, see along with.
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toˈgether with


1 including: Together with the Johnsons, there were 12 of us in the villa.
2 in addition to; as well as: I sent them my order, together with a cheque for £40.
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