time after time


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time after time

 and time and (time) again
repeatedly; over and over (again). You've made the same error time after time! Please try to be more careful! I've told you time and again not to do that. You keep saying the same thing over and over, time and time again. Stop it!
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time after time

Also, time and again; time and time again. Repeatedly, again and again, as in Time after time he was warned about the river rising, or We've been told time and time again that property taxes will go up next year. The first idiom dates from the first half of the 1600s, the variants from the first half of the 1800s.
See also: after, time

time after time

Again and again; repeatedly.
See also: after, time