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  • 1 gain ground — Ⅰ. gain ground ► to become more popular or successful: gain ground on sb/sth »After three decades the carmaker is actually gaining ground on the competition. »Even as companies in the US are gaining ground overseas, they are also sending more… …

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  • 2 Gain Ground SX — Gain Ground Gain Ground Éditeur Sega Développeur Sega Date de sortie Arcade : 1988 Master System : 1990 Megadrive : 1991 PC Engine : 25 décembre 1992 (Japon) …

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  • 3 Gain Ground — Éditeur Sega Développeur Sega Date de sortie Arcade : 1988 Master System : 1990 Megadrive : 1991 PC Engine : 25 décembre 1992 (Japon) …

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  • 4 gain ground — {v. phr.} 1. To go forward; move ahead. * /The soldiers fought hard and began to gain ground./ 2. To become stronger; make progress; improve. * /The sick man gained ground after being near death./ * /Under Lincoln, the Republican Party gained… …

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  • 5 gain ground — {v. phr.} 1. To go forward; move ahead. * /The soldiers fought hard and began to gain ground./ 2. To become stronger; make progress; improve. * /The sick man gained ground after being near death./ * /Under Lincoln, the Republican Party gained… …

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  • 6 gain ground on — (someone/something) to get a bigger share compared to others. The company s software business is gaining ground on its biggest competitor. Opposite of: lose ground to (someone/something) Etymology: based on the military meaning of gain ground (=… …

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  • 7 gain ground — ► gain ground 1) become more popular or accepted. 2) (usu. gain ground on) get closer to someone being pursued. Main Entry: ↑ground …

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  • 8 gain ground — index compound, increase, proceed (go forward), progress Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 Gain Ground — Infobox VG title = Gain Ground caption = Screenshot from the Sega Master System version developer = Sega publisher = Sega designer = release = 1988 genre = Action modes = Up to 3 players cabinet = arcade system = cpu = sound = display = input =… …

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  • 10 gain ground — verb obtain advantages, such as points, etc. The home team was gaining ground After defeating the Knicks, the Blazers pulled ahead of the Lakers in the battle for the number one playoff berth in the Western Conference • Syn: ↑gain, ↑advance, ↑win …

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  • 11 gain\ ground — v. phr. 1. To go forward; move ahead. The soldiers fought hard and began to gain ground. 2. To become stronger; make progress; improve. The sick man gained ground after being near death. Under Lincoln, the Republican Party gained ground. Contrast …

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  • 12 gain ground — 1》 become more popular. 2》 (usu. gain ground on) get closer to someone being pursued. → ground …

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  • 13 gain ground — we failed to gain ground in that last campaign Syn: advance, progress, make headway; catch up, close in …

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  • 14 gain ground — if a political party or a belief gains ground, it becomes more popular or accepted. The Republicans are gaining ground in the southern states. (often in continuous tenses) …

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  • 15 gain ground — idi a) to make progress; advance b) idi to gain approval or acceptance …

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  • 16 gain ground — go forward, make progress The toy company has been gaining ground in their effort to sell more products …

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  • 17 gain ground on — get closer to someone being pursued. → ground …

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  • 18 gain ground — 1) to become more successful, popular, or accepted The Democratic candidate is rapidly gaining ground in many states. 2) to get control of more of an area in a war …

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  • 19 gain ground on — get closer to someone or something one is pursuing or with whom one is competing the dollar gained ground on all other major currencies …

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  • 20 gain ground — phrasal to make progress …

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