One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘at a canter they bore down on the mass of men ahead’
advance on, close in on, move in on, converge on, approach, come close to, come closer to, move close to, move closer to, draw near to, draw nearer to, press on towards
attack, set upon, fall upon, assail, set about, let fly at, tear into
retreat from, move away from
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