with it

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Prepositional phrase[edit]

with it

  1. (slang) Aware of current trends and fashions.
    • 1964 September, G. Freeman Allen, “Interim report on the East Coast Route express service”, in Modern Railways, page 160:
      There is also the snag that many people prefer aircraft simply because they regard this is a travel medium that is "with it".
  2. (slang, chiefly in the negative) Attentive, alert.
    Jack is sick today and doesn't really seem with it.
    Antonym: un-with-it

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