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something is the new rock 'n' roll

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomething is the new rock 'n' rollsomething is the new rock 'n' rollBritish English used to say that a particular activity has become very popular and fashionable and is being discussed a lot on television, in newspapers etc Hadn’t Mark heard that cooking was the new rock ‘n’ roll? rock 'n' roll
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