Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Whit"

The meaning of "Whit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does whit mean?
A: if you mean “with”, it means together
Q: What does it s raining whit cats and dogs mean?
A: It's raining heavily
Q: What does come whit me now. mean?
A: If the original 'whit' is not a mis-spelling, some people deliberately mis-spell or mis-pronounce 'with' as 'whit' or 'wit' in colloquial speech. I don't know if this is the case here.

Example sentences using "Whit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with can you help me whit some examples about non-defining relative clauses?.
A: My best friend, who lives in New York City, is an artist.

New York City, located in the state of New York, is the largest city in the US.

This camera used to belong to my grandfather, who is dead.

This camera, which takes 35mm film, is worth over $500.
Q: Please show me example sentences with To do away whit .
A: One of the first actions of President Trump was to try and do away with Obamacare.

Synonyms of "Whit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between with and whit ?
A: ‘With’ means to accompany something, for example:

“Would you like butter with your toast?”
“I went to the movies with my friend last night.”

‘Whit’ means a small amount or part of something. For example:

“The book was so boring that I couldn’t care a whit about remembering the storyline.”
(If I would replace the word ‘whit’ here, it could look like: “The book was so boring that I couldn’t care even the smallest bit about remembering the storyline.”)

“His hug didn’t seem any whit less soft and gentle as it always had been.”
(Once again, if we remove ‘whit’ it could sound like: “His hug didn’t seem any bit less soft and gentle as it had been.”)

Does this help? I hope I explained it okay! ♡
Q: What is the difference between with and whit ?
A: Whit does not exist :)
Q: What is the difference between with and whit ?
A: With is correct.
Whit is not correct. It's slang.
Q: What is the difference between "whit no" and "without " and who is better? ?
A: Keep in mind "with" is the opposite of "without", but they are used the same way in a sentence. Example:

A) I can go with you.
(Good sentence)

B) I can go without you.
(Good sentence)




*"with no" has the same meaning as "without".
The difference is "with no" cannot always replace "without" in the same sentence. Example:

A) I can go without you. (Good sentence)

B) I can go with no you. (Bad sentence)

There are exceptions, but that takes practice! Example:

A) I want this without sauce. (Good sentence)
B)I want this with no sauce. (Good sentece)

Translations of "Whit"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i'm whit sleepy it is correct
A: I'm TIRED
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i can go whit you?it is correct?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? whit
A: it the same meaning with 'bit', ex: " It's a little bit quite" > " It's a whit quite".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? go along whit it
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Other questions about "Whit"

Q: he went to get married whit her but he has to overcome a challenge does this sound natural?
A: should be "married to her," maybe "He wanted to marry her, but first he has to overcome a challenge." :)
Q: When I talked whit my friend on the street I didn't heard him because the traffic was very noisy does this sound natural?
A: .. I didn't HEAR him
Q: i D'like a speak whit someone to upgrade my english...

someone could help me ? does this sound natural?
A: It would be better to say "improve" instead of "upgrade": "I'd like to speak with someone to improve my English."

Upgrade makes it sound like you're replacing something.
Q: "I've never talked to a Japanese" or "I've never talked whit a Japanese" does this sound natural?
A: You would just need to add person after "Japanese," so it becomes, "I've never talked to a Japanese person." Otherwise you may sound a little derogatory. :-)
Q: "By and by they grow whit "what does "By and by "mean?
A: By and by = then till now

It's a way to talk about the passing of time

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