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one after another (or the other)

Definition of one after another or the other in English:

Following one another in quick succession: one after another, the buses drew up
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  • The firefighters made a chair by linking arms and carried the couple out, one after the other, to a waiting boat moored to their garden gate.
  • She ran her two best times of the year, one after the other.
  • I ate 10 bars of chocolate one after the other when I was feeling very low.
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