A raft of forecasts has been made in recent decades, predicting the decline in the number of working hours coupled with a consequent increase in leisure time. It was estimated that the leisure revolution would take place by the turn of the last century with hours devoted to work falling to 25-30 per week.
Source: “IELTS test”.
Could you check if I understand the meaning of “with” correctly here?
I think it has the following meaning from Longman dictionary.
used to say what position or state someone or something is in, or what is happening, when someone does something
[color=green] She stood with her back to me.
We lay in bed with the window open.
She was knitting, with the television on.
with sb/sth doing sth
[color=green] We jumped into the water with bullets whizzing past our ears.