preposition(North American also alongside of)
- 1Close to the side of; next to: she was sitting alongside him the road passes alongside the viaduct [as adverb]: the boat came alongsideMore example sentences
- In addition to this, improvements will be made to the adjacent slip road alongside Kew Bridge.
- Cahill asked in his smooth voice, sliding into the passenger side seat alongside Gemmel.
- It was possible to swim alongside the side of the wreck and look down towards the seabed.
- 1.1Together and in cooperation with: I worked alongside him for many weeksMore example sentences
- If we can do it alone we will, but we're willing to work alongside anyone who wants to co-operate.
- Often working alongside estate agents, YPP offers three levels of intervention.
- They had a head start in that their assistant manager Ian Butterworth used to play alongside Prior at Norwich City.
- 1.2At the same time as or in coexistence with: alongside the development of full-time courses there had to be provision for the part-time studentMore example sentences
- The appointment of a minister to embrace tourism alongside culture and sport is quite enough.
- It is no accident that the rise of Fantasy has gone alongside the development of digital FX.
- We focused mainly on set-up and aero development, alongside tyre testing for Magny Cours.
More definitions of alongsideDefinition of alongside in:
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