To gain ground

Definition of To gain ground

to make progress; to advance in any undertaking; to prevail; to acquire strength or extent.
To advance; to proceed forward in conflict; as, an army in battle gains ground.
To obtain an advantage; to have some success; as, the army gains ground on the enemy.
To gain credit; to become more prosperous or influential.

See also: Gain ground ground ground

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To follow up
To fool away
To foot a bill
To foot it
To foreclose a mortgage
To foreclose a mortgager
To forestall the market
To forget one's self
To fork over
To form on
To forswear one's self
To freeze up
To freshen ballast
To freshen the hawse
To freshen the way
To fret the gizzard
To fritter away
To frizzle up
To fume away
To funk out
-To gain ground-
To gain on
To gain over
To gain the wind
To gather breath
To gather one's self together
To gather way
To get (or to hold) In chancery
To get a mile
to get a word in edgewise
To get ahead
To get ahead of
To get along
To get among
To get asleep
To get astray
To get at
To get away with
To get back
To get before
To get behind
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