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waysidenoun

uk   us   /ˈweɪ.saɪd/
fall by the wayside If someone ​falls by the wayside, they ​fail to ​finish an ​activity, and if something ​falls by the wayside, ​peoplestop doing it, making it, or using it: So why does one ​companysurvive a ​recession while ​itscompetitorsfall by the wayside?
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