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back-to-back

adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˌbæk.təˈbæk/

back-to-back adjective [before noun] (CONTINUOUS)

happening one after another, without interruption: Hamilton is celebrating back-to-back victories in the German and British Grands Prix.
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back-to-back adjective [before noun] (CLOSE TOGETHER)

close together and facing in opposite directions: UK back-to-back terraced houses
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