Definition of 'alongside'
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Example sentences containing 'alongside'
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It is great to play alongside him. The Sun (2016)The mental battle that runs alongside that is probably what comes across in the book. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many will work alongside emergency specialists but some will stand in for junior doctors. The Sun (2016)Consider how they would fit alongside your existing portfolio and assess your risk appetite. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This could be done by building another viaduct alongside the existing one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The bigger concern people who have worked alongside him have is whether he will submit to the presidential routines. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And it was a hatred that made it great to play alongside them for England. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet an independent inquiry can run alongside such a process, not least in passing on any information to police. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was fighting alongside Kurdish forces in the Aleppo district. The Sun (2016)He plays alongside very good players and that rubs off as well. The Sun (2012)Moments of pure comic relief run alongside a knowing irony. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They sit alongside a raft of other measures designed to help improve the local environment for residents. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It might make your husband get his act together and work alongside you. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are also reports of women actually taking up arms and fighting alongside the men. Christianity Today (2000)Revolutionary ideas about how the world should be improved often exist alongside deep conservatism about internal arrangements. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now they are ready to stand alongside them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tweed only let go of him when another cabbie pulled alongside. The Sun (2009)It sits alongside this notion of sometimes dialling up or dialling down your career. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was only when we drew alongside the other car that we realised it was two coppers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is now due to receive another life term to run alongside his existing sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Is it too soon to launch another line to sit alongside our chutney? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Death was placed alongside the other kinds of bereavement that we were likely to experience in the normal life cycle. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)They enjoy being in an adult learning environment, where they work alongside senior figures from industry. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Oddly, this cynicism runs alongside breathtaking naivety. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Whether he is fit and worthy to stand alongside Moore. The Sun (2009)And presumably place it alongside his other one, shielding his eyes in embarrassment. The Sun (2014)The main worry for France is deciding who plays alongside these phenomenal performers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is important that it does not run alongside men's regular football. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The apparent contradiction has been justified by the voluntary waiving of the right to fight alongside partners and to come to their aid when needed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They provide all the technical back-up, you provide the idea and work alongside the programme makers. Life Without Work (1994)The trembling youngster, who was a primary school pupil at the time of the alleged attacks, appeared in court alongside his dad. The Sun (2015)
Trends of 'alongside'
Very Common. alongside is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'alongside'
British English: alongside PREPOSITION
If one thing is alongside another thing, the first thing is next to the second.
He crossed the street and walked alongside the park.
Definition of alongside from the Collins English Dictionary
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