along en Anglais

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adv. together with
prep. in the direction of

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Both this and last year, during the Easter Holidays, I was able to tag along on a few trips where a school was being built and set up in the Tessaout valley.
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Harira is normally flavoured with many different spices, there are chunks of vegetables in it along with (most commonly) legumes and sometimes even vermicelli.
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Don’t you think that they are incredible? We get along very well and living with them is really easy.
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So that is how I came to be bumping along in an uncomfortable cart, wrapped up in a wool rug.
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Let me make it perfectly clear from the start that the two of us did not get along although we were expected to appear like we did.
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We get along very well and living with them is really uncomplicated.
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“First of all,” said the Gryphon, “you form into a line along the sea shore...”
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“...I continue then. The King of Naples and the Queen of Spain, along with Oudinot, found it...”
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Are you going to take your furniture along?
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“Get along with you!” retorted Peter, with a grimace.
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Synonymes

1. near: by, beside, adjacent, at
2. ahead: forward, on, forth, onward



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