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take-along

[ teyk-uh-lawng, -uh-long ]
/ ˈteɪk əˌlɔŋ, -əˌlɒŋ /
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adjective Informal.

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.

noun

something that is or can be taken along or carried.

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Origin of take-along

adj., noun use of the verb phrase take along
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