- Consecutive: back-to-back homers in a major league baseball gameMore example sentences
- But if he wins a big victory here, then he will look like a certifiable front-runner, having won back-to-back victories in Iowa and New Hampshire.
- However, England's fate should be known before then as only back-to-back victories in the next week will leave them needing a draw in Turkey in their final game to make it through automatically.
- He has since reached the top flight of hurdlers and is ante-post favourite to record back-to-back victories in the Champion.
adverb(back to back) Back to top
- 1(Of two people) facing in opposite directions with backs touching: they sat on the ground, leaning back to backMore example sentences
- They stood, facing outward, back to back, looking towards the four cardinal directions.
- He captured them seated practically back to back on spindly gilt chairs at a fashion show, in an invisible yet palpable fog of unpleasantness.
- His acrylic on canvass presents two persons sitting back to back.
- 2Consecutively; in succession: the games were played back to backMore example sentences
- Did the artistic directors want their own pieces to be shown back to back?
- For some reason, we just can't seem to string together two decent performances back to back, and when you do not have consistency your confidence suffers as well.
- He's granting interviews back to back to the Euro press.
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