come\ along


come\ along
1. I
а1)
[do] come along [ну] пошли!
2)
take every chance that comes along не упускайте ни единой возможности
3)
we explained our proposal but he wouldn't come along мы объяснили наше предложение, но он не согласился [поддержать его] /не принял его/
2. II
1) come along at some time you go now, I'll come along later вы идите, я подойду позже
2) come along in some manner the patient is coming along nicely больной поправляется; the garden is coming along very well сад очень хорошо разрастается; how is your work coming along? как идет ваша работа?
3. XVI
1) come along with smb. may I come along with you? можно мне пойти с вами?
2) come along with smth. he is coming along with his work работа у него подвигается /идет/
4. XXV
come along when... these things come along when you least expect them такие вещи происходят /случаются/, когда их меньше всего ждешь

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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