intended or suitable for taking along, as on a trip: take-along snacks for long car trips.
sized, built, or adapted to be carried easily; portable: a take-along TV set.
something that is or can be taken along or carried.
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How to use take-along in a sentence
In a file-cabinet drawer, investigators found a 10-round magazine that Lanza had not bothered to take along.New Details Are Released About Contents of the Lanza House | Michael Daly | March 28, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The upside: students will have been advised which courses they need to take along the way, making the transfer easier.
"Ha, that will be a good stick to take along to chase the bears away with," he thought.Uncle Wiggily's Travels | Howard R. Garis
Farmers would do well to take along a good supply of horse gears.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX | Joel Palmer
Yet before I do quite take my leave of thee, let me give thee a few motives to take along with thee.The Heavenly Footman | John Bunyan