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ride the crest of (something)
To be experiencing a particularly joyous or successful period, situation, or event. The senator rode the crest of renewed enthusiasm among his party to a huge victory in the election. Riding the crest of his recent promotion, John set to work designing something really remarkable. The champion will has his work cut out for him against the underdog, who is currently riding the crest of a five-bout winning streak.
ride the ˈcrest of something enjoy great success or support because of a particular situation or event: The band is riding the crest of its last tour.
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TULISA Contostavlos rides the crest of
a wave - as she enjoys a rare day off on Miami Beach.
ORBITAL Orbital 20 ( Rhino) RELEASED to mark the 20 years that have elapsed since the dance titans' formation, the new album from Orbital rides the crest of
a new wave of retrotinged electronica.
While Peter Taylor rides the crest of
a wave and takes the plaudits for the way his England team performed in Italy, Bryan Robson faces unemployment if `Boro do not start winning soon.
The Micro-CS rides the crest of
a worldwide remote access market that is expanding 85 percent per year and will exceed $2 billion by the end of 1997," said Greg Cline, program director for the Business Research Group.