Alongside ( preposition , adverb )

(As a preposition)

Alongside ( preposition )

  1. Next to.
  2. Beside.
  3. Parallel to.
  4. By the side of.

Origin:

From middle english alongeside, from old english onlangesīdan ("alongside"), compound of onlang ("along") + sīdan ("side").

Examples:

  1. The boat was moored alongside the quay.
  2. The car was parked alongside the curb.
  3. The soldiers marched alongside the road.
  4. The athletes ran alongside the track.
  5. The students sat alongside the teacher.

(As an adverb)

Alongside ( adverb )

  1. Next to.
  2. Beside.
  3. Parallel to.
  4. By the side of.

Origin:

From middle english alongeside, from old english onlangesīdan ("alongside"), compound of onlang ("along") + sīdan ("side").

Examples:

  1. The boat was moored alongside the quay.
  2. The car was parked alongside the curb.
  3. The soldiers marched alongside the road.
  4. The athletes ran alongside the track.
  5. The students sat alongside the teacher.
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