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I've been given with your number

I've been given your number

I've been conferred with a degree

I've been presented a degree

I've been presented with a degree

I know we can we omit 'with' without changing the meaning of the sentence, but wouldn't it be nicer to have 'with' ?

Reasoning -

Your possessions have been given to him.

possessions have been 'given' to someone else.

Now, if I say "I have been given", wouldn't it mean 'It's me who is being given away'; and to mean that I've been provided with a number, I should say "I've given with your number"

I request experts to validate my understanding.
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These are correctly composed:

I've been given your number. ( = someone gave me your number)

I've been presented with a degree. (= someone presented me with a degree)

I know we can we omit 'with' without changing the meaning of the sentence, but wouldn't it be nicer to have 'with' ?-- Some of your sentences work and some do not.