with-it

Definition

Slang

  • adjective fashionable. A vogue term of the early to mid-1960s which, in its sense of stylish or up-to-date, is still used by the middle-aged in particular, but now sounds dated. It derived from the phrase ‘get with it’, an essential item of pre-World War II jive talk and post-war beatnik parlance. In its sub-sense of ‘on the ball’ or in touch with events, the phrase may be used by speakers of all ages.

Idiom of “with-it”

modern; up-to-date
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