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    root on

    Could I use "to root on" as in "A broad constituency will be rooting their candidate on to victory in the presidential elections"?

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    Re: root on

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Could I use "to root on" as in "A broad constituency will be rooting their candidate on to victory in the presidential elections"?
    Yes.

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