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a·long·side / əˈlôngˈsīd; əˈläng-/ • prep. (also alongside of) close to the side of; next to: she was sitting alongside him [as adv.] the boat came alongside. ∎  together and in cooperation with: a care assistant was working alongside him. ∎  at the same time as or in coexistence with: alongside the development of full-time courses there had to be provision for the part-time student.