along with something

along with

Together with; accompanied by. Can I get some vanilla ice cream along with that piece of pie? I can't believe he's bringing his new girlfriend along with him. That emergency dentist appointment, along with my usual bills, means that I have no money left this month.

along with something

in addition to something: Tobacco is taxed in most countries, along with alcohol.
See also: something
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Higher spec models get 15 speakers along with something called Clari-Fi, which restores the sound often lost when digital music files are heavily compressed, plus the exotically named QuantumLogic Surround Sound which redistributes signals from the original recording to deliver multidimensional playback.
She'll pair Bach's Partitas for solo violin with Ysaye's fantastical Fifth Sonata, along with something new by jazz legend Wynton Marsalis.
He said: "Just when you're settling down for a some gentle 2018 planning No Fuss Events come along with something totally off thewall.
Along with Something and While My Guitar Gently Weeps, it is one of Harrison's best-known compositions from the Beatles era.
And when the party line entails going along with something that will disadvantage your own country, you have to come up with an argument that will mitigate the disadvantage.
it's your prerogative to have what you want rather than go along with something you no longer believe in.
Blathnaid added: "We're looking for elegance, class and something demure along with something that has a little bit of creativity and also dressed appropriately for the weather.
5 seconds is still a design parameter for every holster he builds, along with something the speed rigs can't deliver: the ability to survive a full-bore assault on the pistol for five seconds before the officer begins active physical retention movements.
So the whole timing kit is now fitted along with something else - I can't be *** to look in my messages to find out what - but it's fixed
Just when you think you have figured out your system--bam-someone comes along with something exciting or new or enviable that you just know you need to get happening.
Along with something new and something typical of our country, we also want to carry something old, something representative of the family: like framed photographs, 'Grandma's' well-thumbed through recipe books, music recorded at singalongs, and ornaments that belonged in the 'ancestral' home.
I am an engineer and my father is a trader so I guess e-commerce was something that combined both my personal interests along with something that was close to me as I saw my father actively involved in trade.
My partner's three slices of excellent beef were tender enough but it was the sauce that rendered it special, along with something that's all too often the ruin of a decent meal - the mashed potato.
Calling Juncker the wrong man for the job, Cameron said as he arrived: "There are times when it's very important that you stick to your principles and you stick to your convictions even if the odds are heavily stacked against you rather than going along with something that you believe is profoundly wrong.
Now I draw something really dark along with something really light, creating contrasts.