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English definition of “alongside”

alongside

preposition, adverb uk   /əˌlɒŋˈsaɪd/ us    /əˈlɑːŋ.saɪd/
C1 next to, or together with: A car pulled up alongside (ours). The new pill will be used alongside existing medicines. Most of the staff refused to work alongside the new team. The UK fought alongside France, Turkey, and Sardinia during the Crimean War.Next to and besideActing, being or existing together
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