to go along with

Idiom Definition 1

Idiom Definition - go along with

"to go along with"

to agree with someone or something


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Idiom Definition 2

Idiom Definition - go along with

"to go along with"

to agree to do something together with other people


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Idiom Definition 3

Idiom Definition - go along with

"to go along with"

to pretend that you are party to someone's scheme;

to play along with someone or something


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - go along with

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  I think we should share an apartment. What do you think?

Friend 2:  I think that's a good idea.  We can keep expenses down.

Friend 1:  Speaking of expenses, I think we should split all the utility bills fifty-fifty.

Friend 2:  I'll go along with that.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - go along with

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  Hey. A bunch of us are going out for drinks after work.

Colleague 2:  I'd like to go along with you.

Colleague 1:  Great. See you then.

Idiom Scenario 3

Idiom Definition - go along with

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  I really want to impress the ladies with how strong I am but I need your help.

Friend 2:  I'll point out to the ladies how impressive it is that you can lift so much weight and that you must be a very strong man.

Friend 1:  I'd really appreciate it if you went along with me.

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to go along with - Gerund Form:

Going along with the boss's ideas is wise.

Going along with your friends for a picnic is fun.

Going along with playing a practical joke on a friend is fun.

to go along with - Examples:

1)  The House will not go along with the same old tired Stimulus that failed before, neither will the American public ...

2)  Don't just go along with what the establishment, including Fox, tells you.

3)  I think, with a little urging, I could get my husband to go along with it, as long as we figured out the financial part.

4)  ... me they're mistaken, I override my gut and try it, I go along with what everybody else is doing.

5)  ... and a majority of lawmakers, including some Democrats, went along with the budget fraud.

6)  I don't understand why, during really bad times, she went along with her husband's childish behavior in constantly playing online games that cost significant money ...

7)  Plus, it went along with my goal of reading more non fiction this year.

8)  Eve went along with the idea because she was being prideful and greedy. 

9)  Ranma still goes along with it because he just wants to know what the hell this weirdo is up ...

10)  But it's my judgment he more than willingly goes along with it.

11)  But few realise or remember the corresponding truth which goes along with it -- that the mob is the only permanent and unassailable high priest.

12)  The first time she goes along with it; the second time she insists on taking her chances along with everybody ...

13)  The Arizona Court based its decision with the fact that they were going along with the vast majority of cases that have held similarly on similar points they did ...

14)  ... and lamented that much of the political media has helped obscure reality by going along with Romney for the ride.

15)  As a result of "going along with the family routine," he's often shortchanged on sleep.

16)  My friend wanted a reading and going along with the day I had a reading as well.

17)  But for the vast majority, who have gone along with the strike in the straightforwardly economic hope of keeping their tuition the cheapest in ...

18)  Since council in 2004 had gone along with a similar recommendation that it do nothing, I had worried the same fate ...

19)  I have always gone along with the idea that we have to try everything or else we will never know.

20)  Atencio could not understand how his father could have gone along with such colonialism and become a Protestant minister.