join the crowd

idiom

Definition of join the crowd 

1 : to become part of a larger group : to do what most other people are doing You can find a private hideaway or join the crowd at the beach.
2 informal used to say that the problems or feelings someone is having are problems or feelings that others have had If you don't understand the rules, join the crowd: no one else does either!

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