prep. 在 … 旁边
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在旁 & 在…旁边；与…并排
Granddaughter Gayle Parks, 31—who works alongside her in the family business—said it remained unknown as to who nominated Irene for the award.
alongside of 与…并肩；在旁边
ad.在旁邊prep.和…在一起;在…旁邊The lengthened long fishing rod alongside the lake belongs to me.靠在湖邊的加長長釣竿屬於我.
1. next to or at the side of sth
A police car pulled up alongside us.
2. together with or at the same time as sth / sb
Traditional beliefs still flourish alongside a modern urban lifestyle.
• along·side adv.:
Nick caught up with me and rode alongside.
1 next to the side of something 靠在[沿着]…旁边
A car drew up alongside.
Children’s prices are shown alongside adult prices.
2 used to say that people or things do something or exist together at the same time （与…）一起；（与…）同时
Charles spent a week working alongside the miners.
Organized crime continued to flourish alongside the mainstream economy.
3 in comparison with something （与…）相比
His achievement may seem small alongside the great triumphs of 20th-century technology.
Athletics should rank alongside (=be equal to) soccer and cricket as a major sport.
1.PREP 介词在…旁边；沿着…的边；与…并排靠拢 If one thing is alongside another thing, the first thing is next to the second.
【搭配模式】：ADV after v
He crossed the street and walked alongside Central Park…
Much of the industry was located alongside rivers.
Alongside is also an adverb.
He waited several minutes for a car to pull up alongside.
2.PREP 介词与…一起 If you work alongside other people, you all work together in the same place.
He had worked alongside Frank and Mark and they had become friends…
Men aged 60 are fighting alongside young boys.
3.PREP 介词与…同时（存在、发生） If one thing exists or develops alongside another, the two things exist or develop together at the same time.
Her self-confidence will develop alongside her technique…
Alongside the Job Creation Programme they launched a Work Experience Programme.
: along or close at the side在旁边
We waited for the other boat to come alongside.
alongside of chiefly US, informal
: next to or together with (someone or something) : alongside在…旁边；与…并排；与…一起
The police car pulled up alongside of our car.
children working alongside of their parents
2 alongside /əˈlɑːŋˈsaɪd/ preposition
: next to (someone or something)在…旁边
The children work alongside their parents in the field.
: along the side of (something)沿着…的边
Bring the boat alongside the dock.
: at the same time as (something) : together with (something)与…同时；伴随
one theory taught alongside the other
The town grew up alongside the college.