take along

take someone or something along

to bring someone or something along with one. Can I take my friend along on the hike? You should take along your own drinking water.
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take along

v.
To bring someone or something into one's care or keeping while going somewhere: If we go to the movies, you may take along your friends. I took some books along on my bus trip.
See also: take
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Take along food supplements or vitamins if you have special dietary needs.
Youngsters were asked to take along as many grown-ups as they could to a family challenge day last month, and Danielle Keen, a pupil at Glendale County Infant School in Nuneaton, took along four adults.
Take along miniature magnetic games, a deck of cards, puzzle books, children's magazines, story books, novels for older kids, drawing slates, crayons and coloring books.
Also for road trips, take along plenty of water and don't forget pillows and blankets.