English version

walk/ride etc abreast

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwalk/ride etc abreastwalk/ride etc abreastNEXT TOto walk, ride etc next to each other, all facing the same waytwo/three/four etc abreast (=with two, three, four etc people or vehicles next to each other) The planes were flying four abreast. abreast
Examples from the Corpus
walk/ride etc abreastCorbett and Ranulf, riding abreast, stopped and gazed at the chaos.If there are six people walking abreast there is little chance that they will create an avenue for you to go through.
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