- 1 1.1 (forward) See examples: the restaurant is a bit further along on the rightI was walking along, minding my own business, when …el restaurante está un poco más adelante, a mano derechaI was carried along by the crowdiba caminando tranquilamente, cuando …see also→ come along → get along → move alongla multitud me arrastró (hacia adelante)Example sentences1.2 (with one) See examples: why don't you come along?
she brought her brother along¿por qué no vienes conmigo/con nosotros?¿por qué no me/nos acompañas?take an umbrella alongtrajo a su hermanovino con su hermanosee also→ sing alongllévate un paraguasExample sentences
- The oxen continued to plod along the dusty prairie.
- Instead we found ourselves trundling everywhere in a clapped-out truck along roads with challenging surfaces.
- Further on, ignore some steps to the left and continue along the top of the gorge.
- At school and after Eric was a great sprinter and he brought along his old vest from his days with the Town Athletic Club.
- So if you plan to take your pet along for the trip this summer, heres what you should keep in mind before heading out.
- Naturally she went along to see who it was, and it turned out to be a cousin of mine.
- we walked along the shorethere were beacons all along the coastlinecaminamos por la playacut along the dotted linehabía balizas a lo largo de toda la costashe ran her finger along the surfacecorte por la línea de puntosthe church is a bit further along the roadpasó el dedo por la superficiewe stopped at several places along the wayla iglesia queda un poco más adelanteparamos en varios lugares en or por el camino
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