come with : Common Errors in English

About come with

In some American dialects it is common to use the phrase “come with” without specifying with whom, as in “We’re going to the bar. Want to come with?” This sounds distinctly odd to the majority of people, who would expect “come with us.”

come with Meaning(s)

  • (v) be present or associated with an event or entity

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