English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to bring along (something, someone): to carry, to take, to transport (something); to be accompanied by (someone)
Bring along an extra pair of shoes if you have space in your backpack.
You can't bring along your girlfriend because there is not enough space in the car.
- "In preparation for our negotiations, I brought along my intern Edward Moon and his guitar."
- "Would either of you mind if I brought along a date?"
- "Could you also let me know if you will be bringing any food or drink along, so I know what to prepare?"
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