Consecutive; successive: back-to-back performances; back-to-back home runs. (adjective)
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Use "back-to-back" in a sentence
"As another season of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week threatens to speed by, I like to think that I've given renewed meaning to the expression "back-to-back.""
"Irish fraud police are investigating short-term "back-to-back deposits" of about EUR7.4 billion made between Anglo Irish and another lender, Irish Life & Permanent Group Holdings PLC ILO.DB, in September 2008."
"More How Economists in Europe Define a Recession The Source: Draghi's Neighbor Fires Warning Shot The Source: Spain Faces an Interesting Quarter German Retail Sales Rise U.K. Mortgage Approvals Dip Recession is commonly defined as back-to-back quarters of contraction."