Keywords: with, together
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To be in the company of another person or thing in one place. English = (be) with, (be) together.
1. Used between a verb sign and a following noun sign to mean that the action was done in the company of or by the means of that thing or person. English = with, together with.
2. Used after a verb sign to mean that the action was done by more than one person or thing in the company of each other. English = together.
1. This is one of several slightly different ways of making the sign 'with'. In this version the hands end with one inside the other.