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tag along

informal
phrasal verb with tag uk   /tæɡ/  us   /tæɡ/ verb [T] (-gg-)
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tag along

 /ˈtæɡ əˈlɔŋ/ (-gg-) infml
phrasal verb with tag  us   /tæɡ/ verb [T] (-gg-)
to go somewhere with a person or group of people, esp. when you have not been invited: James doesn’t want his little brother to tag along.
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