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bandwagon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbandwagonband‧wag‧on /ˈbændˌwæɡən/ noun [countable]  1 TAKE PART/BE INVOLVEDan activity that a lot of people are doing The keep-fit bandwagon started rolling in the mid-80s.2 climb/jump/get on the bandwagon
Examples from the Corpus
bandwagonThere is a bandwagon effect that is apparent once initiatives are taken.As the J-Boat bandwagon gathered momentum, other designs took shape on Rod Johnstone's board.In every country, intellectuals, too, have jumped on the nationalist bandwagon.So how do you hop on the bandwagon?Just a preliminary communication first, without the experimental details, so that nobody can jump on the bandwagon right away.And other quick-serve restaurant chains, such as Boston Market, are jumping on the bandwagon.Companies such as Oracle are jumping on the bandwagon, too, with low-priced network computers.
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