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Definition of go along with phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

go along with

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
 
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Phrasal Verbs

go along with somebody/something

 
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to agree with someone or something I don't go along with her views on health insurance. Thesaurusagreeaccept approve go along with somebody/something consentThese words all mean to say that you will do what someone wants or that you will allow something to happen.agree to say that you will do what someone wants or that you will allow something to happen:He agreed to let me go early.accept to be satisfied with something that has been done, decided, or suggested:They accepted the court's decision.approve to officially agree to a plan, suggestion, or request:The committee unanimously approved the plan.go along with somebody/something to agree to something that someone else has decided; to agree with someone else's ideas:He just goes along with everything she suggests.consent (formal) to agree to something or give your permission for something:She finally consented to be interviewed.Patterns to agree/consent to something to agree/consent to do something to agree to/accept/approve/go along with/consent to a plan/proposal to agree to/accept/approve a request
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