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    come with

    Dear teachers,

    Would you please tell me what is the meaning of this sentence?

    That garment comes with a belt. =
    a) is worn with a belt;
    b) is sold / is provided with a belt.

    Best regards,
    Hela

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    Re: come with

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    Hello, Hela. B is the correct definition. A is part of the definition of 'go with'; 'go with' also means 'matches; coordinates well with'.
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    Re: come with

    Thank you very much for the nuance, Mr Micawber. That's very kind of you.

    Hela

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