go along

go along  {v.}
1. To move along; continue.
Uncle Bill made up the story as he went along.
Compare: GO ON (1).
2. To go together or as company; go for fun. — Often used with "with". /Mary went along with us to Jane's house./
John just went along for the ride to the ball game. He didn't want to play.
When one filling station cuts gasoline prices, the others usually go along.
3. To agree; cooperate. — Often used with "with".
"Jane is a nice girl." "I'll go along with that," said Bill.
Just because the other boys do something bad, you don't have to go along with it.
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