(to be) with me

Idiom Definition 1

Idiom Definition - with me

"to be with me"

to understand


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Idiom Definition 2

Idiom Definition - with me

"to be with me"

to agree to participate with the current idea or plan


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - with me

Two friends are assembling a new entertainment center ...

Friend 1:  OK. Place part A over part B. Then use the three-quarter inch bolt to attach them together. Flip the two pieces over lengthwise. Are you with me?

Friend 2:  No, not quite.  I don't understand the last part. Flip them over lengthwise?

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - with me

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  It's Friday night and time to go have some fun. I think I am going to paint the town tonight. Are you with me?

Friend 2:  I'm with you. Sounds like a great plan. I'd love to come along.

to be with me - Usage:


to be with me - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for with me.

to be with me - Examples:

1)  Are you with me? Course you are! No one wants a stinky, gross world.

2)  The alternative is much more satisfying (are you with me on this slightly odd analogy?).

3)  Are you with me so far? Then you can just fill in the space with more elements.

4)  We must rebel in this country NOW are you with me?

5)  They're looking for great copy. Are you with me? It's the Internet age. The game has changed a bit.

6)  OK, are you with me so far? Up twinkle fingers for yes, down for no.

7)  At the end of the corridor there is a curtain. Are you with me so far? Behind the curtain there is a man. The man holds a ...

8)  It's almost laughable. C'mon now ladies, are you with me on this?

9)  So what do you think? Are you with me in thinking we expect FAR too much of our athletes?

10)  Are you with me? OK, here are some good tips:

11)  Fellow subjects of Queen Z, are you with me on this one?

12)  ... but this piece you just wrote is absolutely brilliant. People are you with me here! Brilliant comedic writing. I laughed out loud all the way through.

13)  Also, no. CONCLUSION: Okay... are you with me? Were there bad loans? Yes. But we've had bad loans before ...

14)  Are you with me on the following? It's OUR country after all!

15)  That last 2km hurt - a lot. Are you with me on that boys?

16)  I'm thinking Tuesday September 13th noon. Are you with me comrades?

17)  Are you with me or am I going too fast for you?

18)  Are you with me, Garry? David, I am a little confused after reading your article.

19)  Are you with me on that?

20)  Are you with me? It's the Internet age. The game has changed a bit.