English version

together with something/somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtogether with something/somebodytogether with something/somebodya) in addition to something else Just bring it back to the store, together with your receipt. Becoming self-employed meant giving up a secure salary, together with sick leave and long vacation time. b) used to mention someone else who is also involved in an activity or situation He, together with Bill Dunn, decided to climb out of the canyon. together
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