Learn about preposition "con" in Spanish
The basic and general use of the Spanish preposition "con" is to express "with":
With someone (idea of company)
expressing who someone is accompanied by / is doing something with.
With + noun (how one does something)
expressing that someone does something in a certain way. For example:
With something (description)
giving some descriptive information about someone/something.
See also Using preposition con followed by a pronoun to say with me, you, him, her, us, you (plural), them
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Mi novio es un chico muy decente y con mucha ambición profesional.My boyfriend is a very decent guy and [someone] with a lot of professional ambition.