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    ride-along

    Please, can you tell me the meaning of "ride-along." I think it is related to some kind of police jargon or the like.

    Thanks a lot.


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    Re: ride-along

    You really need to provide more context. Without it, it could mean those occasions that members of the public can go with police/fire-fighters when they are on duty.

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    Cool Re: ride-along

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    You really need to provide more context. Without it, it could mean those occasions that members of the public can go with police/fire-fighters when they are on duty.
    Thank You very much. I think your answer is right the answer I was looking for. Thanks again.

    Bushwhacker

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