Noun(1) the prevailing current of thought
(1) The overwhelming message carried by the mainstream is that corporate activities are largely benign and certainly not worth systematic investigation.(2) She recommended our son be included within a mainstream school where a pupil had assaulted him.(3) All participants were enrolled in ESL classes and spent at least a portion of their school day in mainstream classes.(4) He has a special interest in attempting to convey academic ideas to the mainstream , perhaps through print journalism.(5) The government has made it clear that it wishes to see more special needs children entering mainstream schools.(6) What this means is that only certain people can find a forum for their ideas in the mainstream and media.(7) The CD comprises 13 tunes from mainstream through Cape jazz and goema to hip-hop.(8) Crucially, these ideas were not developed in the mainstream of political discourse but on the margins and then popularised.(9) Traditional French staples, including baguettes, are mainstream in the cities.(10) Corn argues that much of the fault belongs to the mainstream media, which is loath to call any president a liar.(11) These attitudes place you outside the mainstream markets we wish to service.(12) In online interviews, some point to a feeling of alienation from mainstream organized religion.(13) The reorganisation includes an increased emphasis on children with less severe special needs pupils going into mainstream schools.(14) ELL students do not clump in the Enrichment Academy classes nearly as much as they might in a mainstream class.(15) In today's age, many of those beliefs are in some ways formed or influenced via the mainstream media.(16) Both came from mainstream ranching traditions and initially recoiled at the new philosophy.
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Leonard says it's really MAINSTREAM now.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17
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