English version

have (got) somebody with you

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave (got) somebody with youhave (got) somebody with youWITHif you have someone with you, they are present with you Luckily I had a friend with me who spoke German. have
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have (got) somebody with youAdditionally, many students have brought with them to school the chaos that surrounds their life outside school.And then, suddenly, she sees Dieter going off on his own, and decides to have it out with him.She'd have a natter with him if he were, something she often did on her half-days.To have played with them then, and still to be in contact, is a great privilege and pleasure.We would have to deal with it then.What he would have done with it had not other events intruded is problematical.Workers have tinkered with it for nearly 18 months to no avail.You could have come with me as my husband.
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