back-to-back

back to back

adverb
1.
(of two similar events) following one immediately after the other; in unbroken sequence; consecutively: After losing all day, he picked winners back to back in the last two races.
adjective Also, back-to-back.
2.
adjacent or contiguous but oppositely oriented; having the backs close together or adjoining: The seats in the day coach are back to back.
3.
Stud Poker. (of a pair) consisting of the hole card and the first upcard: He had aces back to back.
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back-to-back
 
adj
1.  facing in opposite directions, often with the backs touching
2.  chiefly (Brit) (of urban houses) built so that their backs are joined or separated only by a narrow alley
3.  informal consecutive
4.  commerce
 a.  denoting a credit arrangement in which a finance house acts as an intermediary to conceal the identity of the seller from the buyer
 b.  denoting a loan from one company to another in a different country using a finance house to provide the loan but not the funding
 
n
5.  a house or terrace built in back-to-back style

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