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come along (third-person singular simple present comes along, present participle coming along, simple past came along, past participle come along)

  1. (intransitive, followed by "with") To accompany.
    I'd like you to come along with me to the opera.
  2. (idiomatic, intransitive) To progress; to make progress.
    The renovation is coming along nicely, and should be ready within a month.

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come along (plural come alongs)

  1. (technical) Alternative form of come-along
    The kayak was tied to the roof of her car with two come alongs.

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come along

  1. Expression of encouragement or mild reproach.
    Come along, dear, there's no point crying over it.
    Come along, Jane. Please finish your homework.

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