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year in, year out

Definition of year in, year out in English:

Continuously or repeatedly over a period of years: they rented the same bungalow year in, year out
More example sentences
  • United have had one or two hiccups which happens because it's hard to continue winning things year in, year out.
  • Housewives put in the hours and produce the results, year in, year out, yet their graft continues to go unrewarded.
  • But that didn't change the fact that I was constantly the punch line at roll call, year in, year out.
Synonyms
repeatedly, again and again, time and (time) again, time after time, over and over (again), {week in, week out}, {day in, day out}, recurrently, continuously, continually, constantly, habitually, regularly, without a break, persistently, unfailingly, always
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