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come along

phrasal verb with come uk   us   /kʌm/ verb (came, come)

(ARRIVE)

B2 to arrive or appear at a place: Go now and I'll come along later. You wait half an hour for a bus, then three come along at once!
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(GO WITH SOMEONE)

B1 to go somewhere with someone: We're going to the cinema. Do you want to come along? UK used to tell someone to hurry: Come along - we don't want to be late!

(EXIST)

C2 to start to exist: I gave up climbing when my first child came along.

(DEVELOP)

C2 If something is coming along, it is developing or improving: Hassan's English is really coming along.
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