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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Paisley Park is improving and stays well but ran badly at the track last season, while Sam Spinner has run below par three times on the trot now and looked to have lost the plot in headgear at Ascot.