Definition of with it in English:

with it

informal
1Up-to-date or fashionable: a young, with-it film buyer
More example sentences
  • They're aimed at young people wanting to be seen as hip and with it.
2 [usually with negative] Alert and comprehending: I’m not really with it this morning
3In addition; besides: he seems a decent lad, and clever with it
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