How to Conjugate Go With
- Infinitive: Go With
- Present Tense: Go With/ Goes With
- -ing Form: Going With
- Past Tense: Went With
- Past Participle: Gone With
Definitions of Go With:
1. To accompany someone to a place.
Examples: I can’t go with you to the mall right now.
Diana went with her boyfriend to the hospital.
2. To be combined together as one set.
Examples: This luggage goes with that tote bag.
This sheet set goes with a comforter.
3. To associate one thing with another.
Examples: Her accent goes with her culture.
A lot of responsibility goes with being a staff nurse.
4. To find a good match for a clothing item.
Examples: Maria thinks that your pink bag goes well with your pink sweatshirt.
I need to find a dress that will go with these shoes.
5. To agree with someone or use someone’s advice.
Examples: I have to go with Steve’s suggestion to move abroad.
I can’t go with you on this because I believe you’re wrong.
6. To make a selection.
Examples: I think I’ll go with the kale salad.
We need to decide on which wedding planner to go with.
See our complete list of English phrasal verbs.