along

[ə'loŋ] 1. preposition
1) (from one end to the other: He walked along several streets; The wall runs along the river.) vzdolž
2) (at a point at the end or on the length of: There's a post-box somewhere along this street.) naprej (na)
2. adverb
1) (onwards or forward: He ran along beside me; Come along, please!) (korak) naprej
2) (to the place mentioned: I'll come along in five minutes.) sem, tja
3) (in company, together: I took a friend along with me.) zraven
* * *
I [əlɔŋ]
adverb
vzdolž, poleg, naprej, dalje; s seboj
all along — nenehno, ves čas, vedno; povsod
as we go along — spotoma
come along — pojdi(te) z menoj
to get along well — znajti se; razumeti se
get along with you! — izgini(te) odtod!
to go along with s.o. — spremljati koga, iti s kom
move along! — naprej!
take this along with you! — zapomni(te) si!; izgini(te)!
American right along — vselej, nenehno
along with — skupaj s
II [əlɔŋ]
preposition
vzdolž, preko, po
along the street — po cesti

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