come-along

Definitions

General English

  • phrasal verb
    (written as come along)
    to go with someone
  • phrasal verb
    (written as come along)
    to hurry

Construction

  • A portable ratcheting winch consisting of a fastening device on one end and a hook attached to a cable at the other end. Operating a lever turns a drum, which tightens up the cable and exerts a pulling force on the hook.
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