left, right and centre

left, right, and centre

In many different places or to many different people all at once. Primarily heard in UK. Ever since the company started, we've had financial issues left, right, and centre. The economy has been devastating people left, right, and centre in this country.
See also: and, centre

ˌleft, right and ˈcentre

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ˌright, left and ˈcentre

(British English) (American English ˌleft, right and ˈcenter, ˌright, left and ˈcenter) (informal) in or from all directions: He was shouting orders left, right and centre.She was criticized right, left and centre for her views on education.
See also: and, centre, right
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And don't shed too many tears for David Beckham if Sir Alex Ferguson keeps him on the subs' bench - he's still coining in win bonuses left, right and centre for doing nothing.