Spanish translation of come along
intransitive verb + adverb
⇒ come along!(in friendly tone)
¡ándale! (esp Mex),
- (= accompany)
⇒ are you coming along?
⇒ you'll have to come along with me to the station
usted tendrá que acompañarme a la comisaría
- (= progress)
⇒ how is the book coming along?
¿qué tal va el libro?
⇒ it's coming along nicely
- (= arrive)
⇒ then who should come along but Alex
entonces se presentó nada más ni nada menos que Alex
Example Sentences Including 'come along'
I said yes, it was a good idea to have them come along.Murder in E Minor
The gardien let me in through a gate that could handle plenty of trouble should it come along.A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
I explained I'd heard about the project from the city council's voluntary services unit and had come along to offer my services.DEAD BEAT (2002)
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Translation of come along from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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