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Well, I'm not sure how to say my mother's job in English. She works with medicine.

Hi,

Is it correct to understand "with" in the above as "something to do with?"

By the way, are the following all right? Thanks.

He works with computers/printing/people/machines.
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'With' is ambiguous. How about "in the medical field" or "pharmaceutical field"?

The word works better with the other examples.
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Philip'With' is ambiguous. How about "in the medical field" or "pharmaceutical field"?

The word works better with the other examples.
Thanks, Philip.

But which word do you refer to when you said "the word?" Is it "with?"

By the way, how should I interpret "with" in the base sentence?
But which word do you refer to when you said "the word?" Is it "with?" yes

By the way, how should I interpret "with" in the base sentence? perhaps a 'in'