German English Dictionary

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entlang in English:

1. along along


Come along.
Cities and provinces along the Yangtze River in central China are grappling with the country's worst drought in more than 50 years.
Along the way, he stopped to make speeches.
After dinner, bring your guitar along and we'll sing.
Along with his children he fled the country.
A short stroll along the beach gave me a good appetite for breakfast.
Last night Mizuki, very drunk, fell into the water while walking along the lakeside.
We're going out for lunch. Why don't you come along?
The British had military bases along New York's Hudson River.
I'm going to run a couple of errands. Wanna tag along?
A female beggar was begging with five or six children following along.
We are less likely to go crazy in space and more likely to accomplish our missions by using crews that are organised along family lines.
Please forward this message along with the seminar information to the appropriate managers in your firm.
I said all along that he was not a person to be trusted, but you would not listen to me.
Tom told Mary that she couldn't just make up the rules as she went along.

English word "entlang"(along) occurs in sets:

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