go along
intransitive verb Date: 1535 1. to move along ; proceed 2. to go or travel as a companion 3. to act in cooperation or express agreement <
go along with the crowd
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  • go along — {v.} 1. To move along; continue. * /Uncle Bill made up the story as he went along./ Compare: GO ON(1). 2. To go together or as company; go for fun. Often used with with . /Mary went along with us to Jane s house./ * /John just went along for the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go along — {v.} 1. To move along; continue. * /Uncle Bill made up the story as he went along./ Compare: GO ON(1). 2. To go together or as company; go for fun. Often used with with . /Mary went along with us to Jane s house./ * /John just went along for the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go along — (with (someone/something)) to accept something someone else wants. The agreement will make them the highest paid pilots in the industry, if union members go along. The president has announced a plan to cut taxes, and Congress is likely to go… …   New idioms dictionary

  • go along — / go along with [v] agree, cooperate accompany, acquiesce, act jointly, assent, collaborate, concur, conspire, follow, share in, work together; concepts 8,18 Ant. disagree, fight …   New thesaurus

  • go\ along — v 1. To move along; continue. Uncle Bill made up the story as he went along. Compare: go on(1) 2. To go together or as company; go for fun. Often used with with . Mary went along with us to Jane s house. John just went along for the ride to the… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • go along — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms go along : present tense I/you/we/they go along he/she/it goes along present participle going along past tense went along past participle gone along 1) a) to continue to happen or develop Everything was… …   English dictionary

  • go along — v. (D; intr.) to go along with ( to agree to ) (to go along with a compromise) * * * [ gəʊə lɒŋ] (D; intr.) to go along with (to go along with a compromise; to agree to ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • go along — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you go along to a meeting, event, or place, you attend or visit it. [V P to n] I went along to the meeting... [V P and inf] You should go along and have a look. 2) PHRASAL VERB: usu cont If you describe how something is going… …   English dictionary

  • go along — phr verb Go along is used with these nouns as the object: ↑path, ↑street …   Collocations dictionary

  • go along — Synonyms and related words: abide, advance, be getting along, be so, be such, bide, buzz off, carry on, cease not, come along, come away, come on, come out, come through, commute, continue, contrive, course, cover ground, depart, drag on, endure …   Moby Thesaurus

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