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Phrasal Verbs

go with

This page is about the phrasal verb go with

Meaning: If one thing goes with another, they look good together or seems to work well together.

Synonym: match

For example:

  • go with Which of these ties does my blue shirt go with?

  • go with sth He needs some socks to go with his black and white shoes.

Quick Quiz:

If a pair of gloves goes with a gown, they

a. go out together

b. look good together

c. get along well together

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