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back-to-back

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adjective

  • Consecutive.

    ‘back-to-back homers in a major league baseball game’
    • ‘But if he wins a big victory here, then he will look like a certifiable front-runner, having won back-to-back victories in Iowa and New Hampshire.’
    • ‘However, England's fate should be known before then as only back-to-back victories in the next week will leave them needing a draw in Turkey in their final game to make it through automatically.’
    • ‘He has since reached the top flight of hurdlers and is ante-post favourite to record back-to-back victories in the Champion.’
    • ‘The fact he is the first to record back-to-back victories since L' Escargot in 1971 speaks for itself.’
    • ‘Continuity could be the key as York City look to make it back-to-back victories when they travel to Kidderminster tonight.’
    • ‘Buoyed by two back-to-back victories, the Railwaymen will not be daunted by the prospect of challenging the Londoners, who are 14 points clear at the top of the table.’
    • ‘The last two weeks represent the first time Wales have achieved back-to-back championship victories since 1994.’
    • ‘It is the first time in five months City have recorded back-to-back victories and extends their unbeaten run to four games.’
    • ‘With so many men out injured, these back-to-back victories for Everton are truly remarkable.’
    • ‘First, he entered a 1-1 game in the eighth and allowed three runs on four hits, including back-to-back homers, without recording an out.’
    • ‘It is uncertain whether the back-to-back victories for affirmative action will permanently halt recent trends against the policies.’
    • ‘He hit over .400 in the first 14 games he started and belted three-run homers in back-to-back games.’
    • ‘Homers in back-to-back games could signal a turnaround.’
    • ‘So far, the change has resulted in improved extra-base power, including back-to-back games with a homer.’
    • ‘The next time a hitter comes up after his team has just gone for back-to-back homers, you watch and decide.’
    • ‘It was the third time this season the Giants hit back-to-back homers.’
    • ‘We walked straight into back-to-back films at the Forum.’
    • ‘The back-to-back sets to follow are both, in a word, stellar.’
    • ‘It was a back-to-back success for Indonesia, which collected eight gold medals in the inaugural event in Jakarta last year.’
    • ‘SVG completed back-to-back title successes last year when they edged Trinidad and Tobago on net run rate.’
    successive, succeeding, following, in succession, running, in a row, one after the other, back-to-back, continuous, solid, straight, uninterrupted, unbroken

Pronunciation

back-to-back

/ˌbaktəˈbak/ /ˌbæktəˈbæk/

adverb

back to back
  • 1(of two people) facing in opposite directions with their backs touching.

    • ‘they sat on the ground, leaning back to back’
  • 2Consecutively; in succession.

    • ‘the games were played back to back’

Pronunciation

back-to-back

/ˌbaktəˈbak/ /ˌbæktəˈbæk/