tag along with


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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  • tag along with someone — 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 …   New idioms dictionary

  • tag along with something — 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 …   New idioms dictionary

  • tag along (with somebody) — ˌtag aˈlong (behind/with sb) derived to go somewhere with sb, especially when you have not been asked or invited • Do you mind if I tag along with you tonight? Main entry: ↑tagderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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 …   New idioms dictionary

  • tag along (behind somebody) — ˌtag aˈlong (behind/with sb) derived to go somewhere with sb, especially when you have not been asked or invited • Do you mind if I tag along with you tonight? Main entry: ↑tagderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • tag along — verb go along with, often uninvited my younger brother often tagged along when I went out with my friends • Derivationally related forms: ↑tagalong • Hypernyms: ↑accompany • Verb Frames: Somebody s …   Useful english dictionary

  • tag along — v. 1) (D; intr.) to tag along behind (she would always tag along behind them) 2) (D; intr.) to tag along with * * * [ tægə lɒŋ] (D; intr.) to tag along with (D; intr.) to tag along behind (she would always tag along behind them) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • tag along — PHRASAL VERB If someone goes somewhere and you tag along, you go with them, especially when they have not asked you to. [V P] I let him tag along because he had not been too well recently... [V P with n] She seems quite happy to tag along with… …   English dictionary

  • tag along — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms tag along : present tense I/you/we/they tag along he/she/it tags along present participle tagging along past tense tagged along past participle tagged along informal to go somewhere with someone else… …   English dictionary

  • tag·along — /ˈtægəˌlɑːŋ/ noun, pl alongs [count] US : a person who follows or goes somewhere with another person or group often in an annoying way His little sister was sometimes a tagalong on his outings with his friends. see also tag along at ↑tag, 4 …   Useful english dictionary