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ride the ... train

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ride the ... train (third-person singular simple present rides the ... train, present participle riding the ... train, simple past rode the ... train, past participle ridden the ... train)

  1. (intransitive, idiomatic) To get used to something; to adapt to something; to become accustomed to something (often in contrast to something opposite).
    Those who are scared of the technological singularity need to stop being so stubborn and ride the artificial intelligence train.