Definition of back and forth in English:

back and forth

To and fro.
More example sentences
  • Radio messages flew back and forth to Moscow asking what to do before the situation was resolved.
  • The football was frantic and in the stands the chants bounced back and forth.
  • Mrs Holmes says so many lorries come back and forth that it can be dangerous walking through the area.
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