climb on the bandwagon


climb on the bandwagon
• jump on the bandwagon
• get on the bandwagon
• climb on the bandwagon
join a popular activity

Everyone has jumped on the bandwagon to try and stop smoking in the workplace.


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  • climb on the bandwagon — When people climb on the bandwagon they do something because it is popular and everyone else is doing it …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • climb on the bandwagon —    When people climb on the bandwagon they do something because it is popular and everyone else is doing it.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • climb on the bandwagon — climb/jump on the ˈbandwagon idiom (informal, disapproving) to join others in doing sth that is becoming fashionable because you hope to become popular or successful yourself • politicians eager to jump on the environmental bandwagon In the US,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • climb on the bandwagon — See: ON THE BANDWAGON …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • climb on the bandwagon — See: ON THE BANDWAGON …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • climb\ on\ the\ bandwagon — See: on the bandwagon …   Словарь американских идиом

  • climb on the bandwagon — jump/climb/get on the bandwagon DISAPPROVING ► to become involved in an activity that is already 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. Main Entry …   Financial and business terms

  • climb onto the bandwagon — Meaning To join a growing movement in support of someone or something, often in an opportunist way. Origin From the USA where political parades were often accompanied by a band on a wagon. Political leaders often joined them in the hope of… …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • climb on the bandwagon — follow the lead of other people, do as everyone else is doing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • climb/get on the bandwagon — jump/climb/get on the bandwagon DISAPPROVING ► to become involved in an activity that is already 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. Main Entry …   Financial and business terms