How does one know whether to use par or avec in translating with?

Ann

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5 April 2019

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How does one know whether to use par or avec in translating with?

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Chris

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8 April 2019

8/04/19

Avec really means "with" in the sense of together with something.

Par often means "by" and not "together with". Admittedly, though, in some phrases their meansings come close.

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