with-it

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Adjective[edit]

with-it (comparative more with-it, superlative most with-it)

  1. (informal) up-to-date on current fashion and trends
    • 2012 September 29, Owen Good, “Xbox Live Wants You to Be a Better Citizen So It's Giving You an Avatar Costume if You Watch the Presidential Debates”, in Kotaku[1], archived from the original on 1 November 2020, retrieved 1 November 2020:
      It's like the inverse of a with-it parent. You're trying to be current by inviting people to watch something that, when it's not unpleasant, is quite boring.