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〜に沿って
nisotte
JLPT N2 Author: dc
〜にそって
Meaning
go along with; in line with
to go along with the kids wishes...
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Phrases
If you walk along this river for about an hour, you'll come to the ocean.
#6386 Author: rubyhatchet

A park was made in line with the children's wishes. It was pretty different from what an adult would design.
#6387 Author: rubyhatchet

In line with the company's managerial policy, the plans for the next fiscal year were made.
#6388 Author: rubyhatchet

Don't just cut out along the line right away, first cut out with room to spare then cut along the line.
#287 Author: Amatuka

we went along with his plans
#350 Author: dc

In line with B company's requirements, it seems they are striving to implement existing contents handset compatibility
#4300 Author: dc

We saw the parade move down the street.
#3794 Author: dbx

Walk along the river and you will find the school.
#3795 Author: dbx

Cherry trees are planted along the street.
#3796 Author: dbx

There are stores along the street.
#3797 Author: dbx

He walked along the river.
#3798 Author: dbx

He was driving a car along the street.
#3799 Author: dbx

They sailed along the west coast of Africa.
#3800 Author: dbx

The post office is down the street. You cannot miss it.
#3801 Author: dbx

There are trees all along the banks.
#8348 Author: karekano

The road runs along the coast.
#8349 Author: karekano

Along the lines mentioned above...
#8350 Author: karekano

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