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be all the rage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe all the ragebe all the rageinformalFASHIONABLE to be very popular or fashionable DiCaprio became all the rage after starring in the film ‘Titanic’. rage
Examples from the Corpus
be all the rageBeau: Battledress is all the rage now for traffic patrol.When John Moores set up the first Littlewoods catalogue in 1932, housewives' shopping clubs were all the rage.Financial engineering was all the rage.International equity issues are all the rage.Buying a cabin in the mountains may be all the rage at the moment, but is it really a sound investment?But an Examiner computer analysis has uncovered a new trend: Human names are all the rage for canines.A few years ago, heat pumps were all the rage.Before the war, ragtime was all the rage in the dancehalls.Blackpatch Hill will be all the rage for the Bessborough Handicap whatever his price.
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