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    my dear teachers ,
    what is the meaning of this phrase jump on the band wagon , and can you please give me an example to illustrate its meaning ?
    thank you in advance.

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    Welcome to the forum, fofosun.

    We like to help when we can, but when it's just a matter of the meaning of words, you'll often find the answer quickly in an online dictionary - see bandwagon. We can help with any problems you may have with the dictionary definition.

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