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jump/climb/get on the bandwagon

C2 to become involved in an activity that is successful so that you can get the advantages of it yourself: The success of the product led many firms to try to jump on the bandwagon.
(Definition of jump/climb/get on the bandwagon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “jump/climb/get on the bandwagon”
in Chinese (Simplified) 顺应潮流, 跟风, 随大溜…
in Chinese (Traditional) 順應潮流, 跟風, 隨波逐浪…
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