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be (or come) along

Definition of be or come along in English:

Arrive: she’ll be along soon a chance like this doesn’t come along every day
More example sentences
  • He'd be along soon and I knew he'd love to see them up close.
  • Another health scare will doubtless be along soon.
  • Oh, they are sure to be along one day soon - aren't they?
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