Definition of on the trot in English:

on the trot

informal
1Continually busy: I’ve been on the trot all day
More example sentences
  • We again went on the trot all day trying to see everything.
  • He saw the tension on my face but he had no idea that I had been on the trot all morning.
2British In succession: they lost seven matches on the trot
More example sentences
  • We can't get too greedy, we've gone six games undefeated, seven on the trot with the cup matches.
  • The Villagers trailed 12-8 at half-time but turned it round superbly after the break in what was their fourth away match on the trot.
  • I think he also won four big Open matches on the trot once.
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