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gain ground
to go forward, to make progress
The toy company is gaining ground in their effort to sell more products.
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  • gas up
  • gear up for (something)
  • gee whiz
  • generous to a fault
  • get (someone or something) out of one's mind/head
  • get (someone) down
  • get (someone`s) goat
  • get (something) off one's chest
  • get (something) out in the open
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  • common touch
  • take attendance
  • stop-and-go
  • have (something) on the tip of one's tongue
  • for love or money
  • throw cold water on (something)
  • birds and the bees
  • amount to the same thing
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    Early competition

    The first known skating competition is thought to have been held in the Netherlands in 1676. However, the first official speed skating events were not held until 1863 in Oslo, Norway. In 1889, the Netherlands hosted the first World Championships, bringing together Dutch, Russian, American and English teams.

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