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verb

(intr, adverb often foll by with) to refrain from disagreement; assent

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go along

1

Move on, proceed, as in She was going along, singing a little song. This expression is also used as an imperative meaning “be off” or “get away from here,” as in The police ordered them to go along. [First half of 1500s]

2

Also, go along with. Cooperate, acquiesce, agree. For example, Don't worry about enough votes—we'll go along, or I'll go along with you on that issue. [c. 1600]

3

Accompany someone, as in I'll go along with you until we reach the gate. [c. 1600] This usage gave rise to the phrase go along for the ride, meaning “to accompany someone but without playing an active part,” as in I won't be allowed to vote at this meeting so I'm just going along for the ride.

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