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all the rage

This page is about the idiom all the rage


Meaning: If something is all the rage, it's very popular or it's in fashion at the moment.

For example:

  • Can you remember when disco was all the rage and we'd go dancing all night in the clubs?

  • When Hans was a kid, skate boards were all the rage.

Quick Quiz:

If one of our products becomes all the rage, our company will

a. be very successful

b. go out of business

c. be investigated by the police

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Contributor: Matt Errey