Hindi translation of 'along'
along/əˈlɒŋ, Am əˈlɔːŋ अˈलॉङ् Am अˈलॉङ्/
If you move or look along something, you move or look towards one end of it.तक या ‘के पास’
Newman walked along the street. The young man led Mark along a corridor. I looked along the length of the building.
2. preposition, adverb
If something is situated along a road, river, or corridor, it is situated in it or beside it.बगल में/के साथ-साथ
Half the houses along the road were for sale. Two thirds of the way along, turn right.
If something is coming along in a particular way, it is progressing in that way.होते हुए
Everything was coming along fine after all.
If you take someone along when you go somewhere, you take them with you. If someone comes along, they come to a particular place.साथ ले जाना
My parents went to all the musicals and plays and always took me along. Bring along your friends and colleagues.
You use all along to say that something has existed or been the case throughout a period of time.पहले से
She had been planning to leave Hungary all along.
If you do something along with someone else, you both do it. If you take one thing along with another, you take both things.के साथ
The baby's mother escaped along with two other children.
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Example Sentences Including 'along'
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There have been some battles along the way.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And lost a lot of people along the way.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Downtown made its inevitable appearance before the close, along with a slightly ungainly Sixties medley.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I saw a man and a woman walk towards each other along a path between the rushes.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Life seems to be plodding along nicely.The Sun (2015)
On the lime trees they are red and lie close along the pink stems.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Spread a little mayonnaise mixture along one side of a wrap.The Sun (2011)
They want to move along the line of evolution as quickly as possible.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We had all got along great until now and have had some good times together.The Sun (2016)
Will you give us a bit to jolly us along towards our target of a billion?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
With very little hindsight, it is clear that he should have known this all along.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You can tick things off as you go along.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You may get a car along five, maybe six times a year.The Sun (2016)
You should identify another letter as you go along.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Your blend of good humour and common sense ensures two families will get along well.The Sun (2008)
And she had known all along that she did not.A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)
With their ankles tethered they could only hobble along together beside the mounted horsemen.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
He used to come along with his older brothers.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Sometimes these horses come along and they just keep finding.The Sun (2016)
There have been other things to cheer along the way.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Man and nature are clearly getting along fine.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And she let him for a while till something else clearly came along.The Sun (2012)
As we walked, a lone figure stood up and moved along the ridge of a hill overlooking the district.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Beside her, cars squeezed slowly along the narrow road.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
I had a successful job and my life was seemingly ticking along nicely.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The funnyman has also taken along his own entertainment in the form of two books.The Sun (2011)
They have a natural chemistry and the duet keeps the show ticking along very nicely.The Sun (2013)
Two lifeboats were also launched along with a coastguard rescue team based at the resort.The Sun (2012)
We both love sailing and we can enjoy other places along the Portuguese coast as well.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We live in a multiracial society, there is no reason why we all cannot get along together and do the best for each other.The Sun (2016)
Many single birds are also present now in harbours along the south coast.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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'along' in Other Languages
British English: along /əˈlɒŋ/ PREPOSITION
If you walk along a road or other place, you move towards one end of it.
We walked along the street.
- American English: along
- Arabic: عَلَى طُوْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: ao longo de
- Chinese: 顺着
- Croatian: uzduž
- Czech: podél
- Danish: langs
- Dutch: langs
- European Spanish: a lo largo de camino
- Finnish: mukaan
- French: le long de
- German: entlang
- Greek: παραπλεύρως
- Italian: lungo
- Japanese: ･･･に沿って
- Korean: ...을 따라
- Norwegian: langsmed
- Polish: wzdłuż
- European Portuguese: ao longo de
- Romanian: pe
- Russian: вдоль
- Latin American Spanish: a lo largo de
- Swedish: längs
- Thai: ไปตาม
- Turkish: boyunca
- Ukrainian: вздовж
- Vietnamese: dọc theo
British English: along /əˈlɒŋ/ ADVERB
If you bring something along when you go somewhere, you bring it with you.
She brought a present along to the party.
- American English: along
- Arabic: مَعَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: junto
- Chinese: 一起
- Croatian: uz (sebe)
- Czech: s sebou
- Danish: med
- Dutch: mee
- European Spanish: con
- Finnish: mukaan
- French: avec
- German: mit
- Greek: μαζί
- Italian: con sé
- Japanese: ･･･を持って
- Korean: …을 따라
- Norwegian: med
- Polish: z sobą
- European Portuguese: consigo
- Romanian: cu sine
- Russian: попутно
- Latin American Spanish: conjunto con
- Swedish: med
- Thai: นำมาด้วย
- Turkish: beraberinde
- Ukrainian: разом із
- Vietnamese: theo
Translation of along from the Collins English to Hindi