- 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.
New idioms dictionary. 2014.
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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 … Useful english dictionary
go along with something — 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… … New idioms dictionary
play along with something — 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… … 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
go along with something — ˌgo aˈlong with sb/sth derived to agree with sb/sth • I don t go along with her views on private medicine. Main entry: ↑goderived … Useful english dictionary
play along (with something) — ˌplay aˈlong (with sb/sth) derived to pretend to agree with sb/sth • I decided to play along with her idea. Main entry: ↑playderived … Useful english dictionary
sing along (with something) — ˌsing aˈlong (with sb/sth) | ˌsing aˈlong (to sth) derived to sing together with sb who is already singing or while a record, radio, or musical instrument is playing • Do sing along if you know the words. • She loves singing along to the radio.… … Useful english dictionary
get along with something — ˌget ˈon with sth derived 1. (also ˌget aˈlong with sth) used to talk or ask about how well sb is doing a task • I m not getting on very fast with this job. 2. to continue doing sth, especially after an interruption … Useful english dictionary
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 … New idioms dictionary
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 … Useful english dictionary