Updated: Aug 16, 2020
1. incidentally; taking the opportunity; while (you) are at it; on the occasionUsually written using kana alone
Go and meet him, and while you're at it mail this letter.
Please drop by when you go out for shopping sometimes
My father is dropping me off at the airport along the way.
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