Definition of go along with in US English:

go along with

phrasal verb

  • Give one's consent or agreement to (a person or their views)

    ‘the group has decided to go along with the committee's proposal’
    • ‘She now realises that she is not making any headway and seems to decide to go along with what I have to say.’
    • ‘It's easy to go along with what friends are saying about a person and believe every word.’
    • ‘They would probably just go along with it in the hope of getting some sexual satisfaction.’
    • ‘I've never gone along with all the talk about Michael and me being too much alike to work as a partnership.’
    • ‘The administration has finally gone along with what we in Congress have been proposing, which was an increase of about 25,000 in the Army.’
    • ‘My wife wanted a church wedding for the right reasons, and I was more than happy to go along with that.’
    • ‘I have never said I didn't want to pay taxes, I just do not go along with all the methods used to raise them.’
    • ‘Would people or parliament have gone along with that?’
    • ‘I humour them by pretending to go along with all this, but I keep my own counsel on the matter.’
    • ‘She suggested I do a test anyway which I went along with just for her sake.’
    agree to, agree with, fall in with, comply with, concur with, cooperate with, acquiesce in, assent to, follow
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