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Meaning of “get/jump on the bandwagon” - Learner’s Dictionary

get/jump on the bandwagon

to become involved in an activity that is successful so that you can get the advantages of it yourself: Publishers were rushing to get on the CD-ROM bandwagon.Copying and copiesForgeryGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' willTaking part and getting involved
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