Adverb: along u'long [N. Amer], u'lóng [Brit]
Preposition: along u'long [N. Amer], u'lóng [Brit]
- With a forward motion
"we drove along admiring the view"; "the horse trotted along at a steady pace"; "move along";
- In accompaniment or as a companion
"his little sister came along to the movies"; "I brought my camera along"; "working along with his father"
- To a more advanced state
"the work is moving along"; "well along in their research"; "hurrying their education along"; "getting along in years"
- In addition (usually followed by 'with')
"we sent them food and some clothing went along in the package"; "along with the package came a bill"; "consider the advantages along with the disadvantages"
- In line with a length or direction (often followed by 'by' or 'beside')
"pass the word along"; "ran along beside me"; "cottages along by the river"
- On, in traversing
"came along the path";
Encyclopedia: Along Along, Arunachal Pradesh