on the trot

on the trot

1. In quick succession, one after another. Primarily heard in UK. Relatively unknown in the boxing world until just a few years ago, he has won three world championship titles on the trot since 2016.
2. Consecutively over a certain period of time. Primarily heard in UK. Our team has been working for 23 days on the trot to get this product ready for its retail launch.
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on the trot

BRITISH, INFORMAL
COMMON If something happens several times on the trot, it happens that number of times without a break. It was their fifth win on the trot, a club record. She had worked 13 days on the trot before the accident.
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on the trot

1 in succession. 2 continually busy. British informal
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on the ˈtrot

(British English, informal) one after the other: The bus has been late for five days on the trot.
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