- climb/jump/get on the bandwagonの形で「はやりに乗る」（to start doing or saying something that a lot of people are already doing or saying - used to show disapproval／joining in and doing what the others in the group are doing and saying. ／to become involved in an activity which is successful so that you can get the advantages of it yourself）。
- I don't want to look as if I'm jumping on a green bandwagon.
- You really should get on the bandwagon. Everyone else is.
- Jane has always had her own ideas about things. She's not the kind of person to jump on the bandwagon.
- The success of the product led many companies to jump on the bandwagon.
- Publishers are rushing to get on the CD-ROM bandwagon.
- My grandfather jumped on the bandwagon and got himself an email account.
- "I'm finally jumping on the bandwagon," he said.
- 「はやる前」は "before it was in."