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in a row

This page is about the idiom in a row

Meaning: If something happened several times in a row, it happened several times in an unbroken sequence.

For example:

  • Our team is having a great month. We've won four games in a row and if we win tomorrow it'll be five in a row.

  • We got behind schedule because of the weather. It's rained for the last four days in a row.

Quick Quiz:

If the Republican Party beat the Democrats three times in a row, it means that during this time the Democrat Party won

a. no times

b. one time

c. two times

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Contributor: Matt Errey