go along with

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Definition of go along with 

1 : to go or travel with (someone) They were going to the fair so I asked whether I could go along with them.

2 : to agree to do or accept (what other people want) We tried to convince him to support us but he refused to go along with us. He refused to go along with our plan.

3 : to be part of (something) If I want the job I have to accept the stress that goes along with it.

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