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Spanish translation of “along”

along

preposition /əˈloŋ/
from one end to the other
a lo largo de
He was walking along the street The path runs along the river.
at a point at the end or on the length of
en
There’s a bus-stop somewhere along this street.
alongside adverb, preposition beside or close to (the side of a ship, a pier etc)
al lado de
He parked alongside a large truck Susan’s dog usually runs alongside when she goes for a jog.
(Definition of along from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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