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Today's Idiom = "Back To Back"
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Back To Back ( one thing happens immediately after the other thing ... )

"Back To Back"

Back to back means the one thing happens then the other thing happens right way.

Example: "We have had back to back losses and we need to play better."

Back The Wrong Horse

Back To Square One

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