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  • 1 Along with the Home — (Бернаби,Канада) Категория отеля: Адрес: 6895 Waverley Avenue, V5J 4A4 Бернаби …

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  • 2 along with something — along with (something) and also something. She keeps her pills in her bag, along with her money and her comb and lipstick and the usual junk …

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  • 3 along with — (something) and also something. She keeps her pills in her bag, along with her money and her comb and lipstick and the usual junk …

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  • 4 along with — ► along with in company with or at the same time as. Main Entry: ↑along …

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  • 5 along with somebody — along with sb/sth idiom in addition to sb/sth; in the same way as sb/sth • She lost her job when the factory closed, along with hundreds of others. Main entry: ↑alongidiom …

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  • 6 along with something — along with sb/sth idiom in addition to sb/sth; in the same way as sb/sth • She lost her job when the factory closed, along with hundreds of others. Main entry: ↑alongidiom …

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  • 7 along with — TOGETHER WITH, accompanying, accompanied by; at the same time as; as well as, in addition to, plus, besides. → along * * * along with 1. In addition to 2. In conjunction with • • • Main Entry: ↑along * * * along with …

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  • 8 along with — he backpacked, along with Kate and Sean, across northern Vermont Syn: together with, accompanying, accompanied by; at the same time as; as well as, in addition to, plus, besides …

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  • 9 along with — conjunction In addition to. She fired all the journalists in the company, along with some of the administration workers …

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  • 10 along with — used for mentioning additional people or things that are also included or involved in something Ramos was arrested along with eleven other men …

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  • 11 along with — together with or at the same time as. → along …

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  • 12 along with — Synonyms and related words: added to, as well as, attended by, coupled with, in addition to, in association with, in company with, in conjunction with, including, inclusive of, let alone, linked to, not to mention, over and above, partnered with …

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  • 13 along with — together with …

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  • 14 go along with — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms go along with : present tense I/you/we/they go along with he/she/it goes along with present participle going along with past tense went along with past participle gone along with 1) go along with… …

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  • 15 go along with — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you go along with a rule, decision, or policy, you accept it and obey it. [V P P n] Whatever the majority decided I was prepared to go along with. 2) PHRASAL VERB If you go along with a person or an idea, you agree with them.… …

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  • 16 go along with — 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… …

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  • 17 play along with — play along (with (someone/something)) to seem to support or be friendly to someone or something. He knew that if he didn t play along with the reporters, they would write unpleasant stories about him. I don t really like their idea that much but… …

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  • 18 go along with — I. agree to, co operate with    If you go along with the crime, you ll be as guilty as they are. II. pretend you do not know, play along    If we have a surprise party for Kay, will you go along with it? …

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  • 19 tag along with — tag along (with (someone/something)) to follow or go with a person or group when you were not invited. Do you mind if I tag along? I d like to see the show at the museum too. We don t want any kids to tag along with us today …

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  • 20 go along with sb — UK US go along with sth/sb Phrasal Verb with go({{}}/gəʊ/ verb (going, went, gone) ► to support an idea, or to agree with someone s opinion: »The G7 will decide the matter, and the IMF is expected to go along with the decision …

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