go along


go along
go along
1. to continue; to progress. •

Things are going along quite nicely in my new job.

I hope everything is going along well.

2. to accompany [someone]. •

Can I go along?

If you're going to the party, can I go along?

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{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 ball game. He didn't want to play./ * /When one filling station cuts gasoline prices, the others usually go along./ 3. To agree; cooperate. - Often used with "with". * /"Jane is a nice girl." "I'll go along with that," said Bill./ * /Just because the other boys do something bad, you don't have to go along with it./

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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