go along with

go along with
phrasal verb [transitive]
Word forms "go along with":
present tense I/you/we/they go along with he/she/it goes along with present participle going along with past tense went along with past participle gone along with
1) go along with someonesomething to agree with someone or something

I think I would tend to go along with what Tim was saying.

2) go along with something to agree to do something together with other people

They describe him as a weak man who went along with the scheme out of fear.


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