bandwagonnoun [C usually singular]uk us /ˈbændˌwæɡ.ən/
- First one boy at school had that haircut and now they're all jumping on the bandwagon.
- Now it seems that every single charity in town has jumped on the fundraising bandwagon.
- All the kids began to collect and swap the cards, and it wasn't long before other companies got on the bandwagon.
- Now we see another TV company climbing on the 'reality TV' bandwagon.
- Coming after so many films recreating comic-book heroes, is this just another attempt to jump on the bandwagon?