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Verb: go along
  1. Cooperate or pretend to cooperate
    "He decided to go along with the burglars for the moment";
    - play along, play ball [informal]
  2. Resume or proceed in a certain state, condition, or activity
    "We went along to work into the night";
    - continue, go on, proceed, keep
  3. Become later by the passage of a given amount of time
    - elapse, lapse, pass, slip by, glide by, slip away, go by, slide by

Derived forms: goes along, went along, going along

See also: travel

Type of: act, advance, collaborate, cooperate, co-operate, go on, join forces, march on, move, move on, pass on, progress