English version

be carried along (by something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe carried along (by something)be carried along (by something)to become excited about something or determined to do something The crowd were carried along on a tide of enthusiasm. You can be carried along by the atmosphere of an auction and spend more than you planned. carry
Examples from the Corpus
be carried along (by something)I let myself be carried along by the crowd.Corpses were carried along, standing upright.She was carried along the railway line to the station from where an ambulance took her to Colchester General Hospital.He wasn't, so he didn't go right down, but was carried along under water.
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