I.forget < forgetting, prét forgot, part prés forgotten> part passé [ fəˈɡɛt, Brit fərˈɡɛt] Am VERBE trans 1. forget (not remember): 3. forget (leave behind): II.forget < forgetting, prét forgot, part prés forgotten> part passé [ fəˈɡɛt, Brit fərˈɡɛt] Am VERBE intr III.to forget oneself VERBE pron IV.forget < forgetting, prét forgot, part prés forgotten> part passé [ fəˈɡɛt, Brit fərˈɡɛt] Am I.remember [ rɪˈmɛmbə, Brit rəˈmɛmbər] Am VERBE trans 2. remember (not forget): 3. remember (give money to) : euph 4. remember (commemorate): 5. remember (convey greetings from): II.remember [ rɪˈmɛmbə, Brit rəˈmɛmbər] Am VERBE intr III.to remember oneself VERBE pron with [ wɪð, Brit wɪð, wɪθ] Am PRÉP If you have any doubts about how to translate a phrase or expression beginning with with ( with a vengeance, with all my heart, with luck, with my blessing etc.) you should consult the appropriate noun entry ( vengeance, heart, luck, blessing etc.).
with is often used after verbs in English ( dispense with, part with, get on with etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( dispense, part, get etc.). This dictionary contains usage notes on such topics as the human body and illnesses, aches and pains which use the preposition with. For the index to these notes . For further uses of with, see the entry below. 1. with (in descriptions): 2. with (involving, concerning): 3. with (indicating an agent): 4. with (indicating manner, attitude): 6. with (accompanied by, in the presence of): 7. with (owning, bringing): 8. with (in relation to, as regards): 9. with (showing consent, support): 12. with (suffering from): 13. with (in the care or charge of): 15. with (showing simultaneity): 16. with (employed by, customer of): 17. with (in the same direction as): 18. with (featuring, starring): I.wrong [ rɒŋ, Brit rɔŋ] Am SUBST II.wrong [ rɒŋ, Brit rɔŋ] Am ADJ 2. wrong (reprehensible, unjust): 4. wrong (not as it should be): III.wrong [ rɒŋ, Brit rɔŋ] Am ADV IV.wrong [ rɒŋ, Brit rɔŋ] Am VERBE trans 1. wrong (treat unjustly): 2. wrong (judge unfairly): V.wrong [ rɒŋ, Brit rɔŋ] Am I.what [ wɒt, Brit (h)wət, (h)wɑt] Am PRON 2. what (in rhetorical questions): 5. what (when guessing) : inf 6. what (inviting repetition): 7. what (expressing surprise): 8. what Brit (as question tag) : dated II.what [ wɒt, Brit (h)wət, (h)wɑt] Am DET 2. what (in exclamations): 1. what (when drawing attention): 2. what (when making suggestion): VII.what [ wɒt, Brit (h)wət, (h)wɑt] Am INTERJ VIII.what [ wɒt, Brit (h)wət, (h)wɑt] Am vengeance [ ˈvɛn(d)ʒ(ə)ns, Brit ˈvɛndʒəns] Am SUBST I.trouble [ ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Brit ˈtrəb(ə)l] Am Troubles SUBST 2. trouble (difficulties): 3. trouble (effort, inconvenience): III.trouble [ ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Brit ˈtrəb(ə)l] Am Troubles VERBE trans 1. trouble (bother) person: 3. trouble (harass) person: 4. trouble (cause discomfort) tooth, cough, leg: 5. trouble (agitate) liter breeze, wake: IV.to trouble onself VERBE pron V.trouble [ ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Brit ˈtrəb(ə)l] Am Troubles I.part [ pɑːt, Brit pɑrt] Am SUBST 2. part (component of car, engine, machine): 3. part TV (of serial, programme, part work): 7. part MUS (for instrument, voice): 8. part MUS (sheet music): II.part [ pɑːt, Brit pɑrt] Am ADV (partly) III.part [ pɑːt, Brit pɑrt] Am VERBE trans 2. part (make parting in): IV.part [ pɑːt, Brit pɑrt] Am VERBE intr 1. part (take leave, split up): V.part [ pɑːt, Brit pɑrt] Am I.matter [ ˈmatə, Brit ˈmædər] Am SUBST