band, 乐队。wagon, 马车。指19世纪流动的音乐家或演艺团队各地巡演，通常引起轰动。
- bandwagon (n.)
- also band-wagon, 1855, American English, from band (n.2) + wagon, originally a large wagon used to carry the band in a circus procession; as these also figured in celebrations of successful political campaigns, being on the bandwagon came to represent "attaching oneself to anything that looks likely to succeed," a usage first attested 1899 in writings of Theodore Roosevelt.
- 1. In recent months many conservative politicians have jumped on the anti-immigrant bandwagon.
- 2. Many farms are jumping on the bandwagon and advertising organically grown food.
- 3. So what is really happening as the information bandwagon starts to roll?
- 4. The socialists are now climbing on the bandwagon.
- 5. The World Cup bandwagon is starting to roll.
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