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time and time again

Meaning: If you've done something time and time again, you've done it many times, or you've done it repeatedly.

For example:

  • I've told Terry time and time again not to call me before ten in the morning, but he still does it!

  • We love that restaurant. We've been there time and time again and we still like going there.

Note: The idiom "time after time" has the same meaning, and can be used in the same way.

Quick Quiz:

They've been to Disneyland time and time again because
  1. they didn't enjoy it much
  2. they don't have much free time
  3. the kids love it

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