English translation of के साथ
के साथPowered by COBUILD /ke satha/
Definitions and Translations
/ke satha, ke sAtha, ke saatha, ke sāth, ke sath, ke sAth, ke saath/
1. along (in phrases)
If you do something along with someone else, you both do it. If you take one thing along with another, you take both things. ⇒ The baby's mother escaped along with two other children.
2. together preposition
Together with something means as well as that thing. ⇒ Return the completed questionnaire, together with your cheque for £60.
3. with preposition
You use with when mentioning the position or appearance of someone or something at the time that they do something, or what someone else is doing at that time. ⇒ Joanne stood with her hands on the table. ⇒ She walked back to the bus stop, with him following.
4. with preposition
You use with when indicating a sound, gesture, or facial expression that is made at the same time as an action. ⇒ 'Broken again,' Jane said with a sigh. ⇒ The front door closed with a crash.
5. with preposition
You use with when indicating the way something is done or the feeling that someone has when they do something. ⇒ He listened with great care. ⇒ She accepted, but with regret.
6. with preposition
Someone or something with a particular feature or possession has that feature or possession. ⇒ She was six feet tall with red hair. ⇒ ...a single-storey house with a flat roof.
7. with preposition
If you discuss something with someone, or if you fight or argue with someone, you are both involved in a discussion, fight, or argument. ⇒ We didn't even discuss it with each other. ⇒ I argued with him for fifteen minutes. ⇒ The war with Spain was over.
8. with preposition
If one thing or person is with another, they are together in one place. ⇒ She is currently staying with her father. ⇒ He walked with her to the front door.
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Translation of के साथ from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary