IN A ROW
IN A ROW: meaning and examples
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Today's expression is: in a row
Meaning: something that happens several times in exactly the same way each time, and nothing different happens in the time between.
The team has suffered their third loss in a row. I don't think there is any way they can win the league championship now.
Housing prices have dropped for the fourth month in a row. Some people now believe we are in a recession.
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