In one of my previous questions, Tiercelet left a comment:
It's a pleasure to work with such well-thought-out and nuanced questions!
It seems work with has a similar meaning to work on or work at here.
However, I have consulted multiple dictionaries. They don't have examples for work with. Could work on or work at be used here instead?
User3169 provided a source below I had failed to look up. The TheFreeDictionary offers several examples:
Let me work with him for a while. I'll convince him.
I want to work with this engine and see if I can get it started.
But I would have worded them this way:
Let me work on him for a while. I'll convince him. (Or simply, let me work (transitive) him for a while. )
I want to work at/on this engine and see if I can get it started.
Any different connotations implied?