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go along with

Meaning: to agree with someone or to support something

Synonym: agree with

For example:

  • go along with sth/sb I usually go along with whatever Michael says, but this time I don't agree with him.

  • go along with sth/sb Most people just go along with whatever the government wants to do, so it was a surprise when so many of them opposed the plan to build a new dam.

Quick Quiz:

Linda nearly always goes along with whatever her husband says because she doesn't like
  1. arguing with him
  2. agreeing with him
  3. going with anyone else

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