“Covered with” vs “covered in” vs “covered by”
Which is the correct option: "a jungle covered in snow" or "a jungle covered with snow"? If both are possible what is the difference in meaning?
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There’s little difference in meaning, but each sees the scene from a slightly different aspect. Covered by snow emphasises the fact that it was snow that covered the jungle, while covered in snow describes the result of what the snow did.