along (Word)

 

moving in a constant direction on (a more or less horizontal surface)

we continued to plod along
soon we were driving along a narrow road
he saw Gray run along the top of the wall

Subsenses (1)

used to refer to the passage of time or the making of progress

you'll pick up some valuable tips along the way
they asked how the construction was coming along

 

extending in a more or less horizontal line on

the path along the cliff
cars were parked along the grass verge

 

in or into company with others

he had brought along a friend of his

along (Word)

 

moving in a constant direction on (a more or less horizontal surface)

we continued to plod along
he saw Gray run along the top of the wall
soon we were driving along a narrow road

 

extending in a more or less horizontal line on

cars were parked along the grass verge
the path along the cliff

 

in or into company with others

he had brought along a friend of his

 

Subsenses (1)

used to refer to the passage of time or the making of progress

you'll pick up some valuable tips along the way
they asked how the construction was coming along