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Jumping On The Bandwagon ( start doing or saying the same as the others ... )

"Jumping On The Bandwagon"

"Jumping on the bandwagon" is joining and doing and saying what the others are doing and saying.

Example: "My grandfather jumped on the bandwagon and got himself an email account."

Example: "I'm finally jumping on the bandwagon." he said.

If you start doing or saying what others are doing, you are jumping on the bandwagon.

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