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English definition of “along”

along

adverb (WITH YOU)    /əˈlɒŋ/ US  /-ˈlɑːŋ/
B1 with you: Why don't you take him along with you when you go? I'll bring some food along and we can have a picnic.Acting, being or existing together along with sb/sth B2 in addition to someone or something else: California, along with Florida and Hawaii, is among the most popular US tourist destinations.Also, extra, and in addition Grammar:Along or alongside?Along and alongside are prepositions or adverbs.See moreGrammar:AlongAs a preposition, along means ‘in a line next to something long and thin’, e.g. a road, a path:See moreGrammar:AlongsideAs a preposition, alongside means ‘close beside’, ‘next to’ or ‘together with’:See more
(Definition of along adverb (WITH YOU) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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