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Meaning of “back-to-back” - Learner’s Dictionary

back-to-back

adjective, adverb     /ˌbæktəˈbæk/
POSITION
If two people or things are back-to-back, their backs are touching or facing each other: They stood back-to-back.Closeness in distance and timeAbout to happen
AFTER
If two things happen back-to-back, one happens after the other without a pause: back-to-back interviewsOrder and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
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