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"along the way" in British English

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along the way

during the time that something is happening or that you are doing something: I've been in this job for 30 years, and I've picked up a good deal of expertise along the way.
(Definition of along the way from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"along the way" in American English

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along the way

during a particular period of time: I’ve been here for thirty years, and I’ve picked up a lot of experience along the way.
along the way
Along the way also means while traveling from one place to another place: I drove from Texas to Maine, and I met a lot of interesting people along the way.
(Definition of along the way from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “along the way”
in Chinese (Simplified) 在这过程中, 在这期间…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在這個過程中, 在這期間…
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