Ответ в теме: English idioms

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all along — from the very first, from the very begin¬ning (it implies ‘over a period of time’ or ‘during that period’)
1. Miss Boland is the daughter of a close friend. Thus, all along, he regarded her as his own responsibility. (A. Cronin)
2. Savina realized now that all along she had felt a secret superiority to Edna. (M. Wilson)
3. That’s what I suppose I intended doing all along. (M, Wilson)