on the trot

on the trot
1. постоянно в действии, в движении;
2. один за одним, подряд

English-Russian australian expression. 2014.

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  • on the trot — British & Australian 1. if you do several things on the trot, you do them one after the other. It s been a good year for Britain s top player, who has won seven matches on the trot. (British & Australian) 2. if you do something for a number of… …   New idioms dictionary

  • on the trot — British informal 1) one after the other We ve lost five games on the trot. 2) busy doing something tiring I ve been on the trot all morning …   English dictionary

  • on the trot — (UK) This idiom means consecutively ; I d saw them three days on the trot, which means that I saw them on three consecutive days …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • on the trot — ► on the trot informal 1) Brit. in succession. 2) continually busy. Main Entry: ↑trot …   English terms dictionary

  • on the trot — adverb successively, one after the other. We played five gigs on the trot. Syn: in a row …   Wiktionary

  • on the trot —    a fugitive from justice    A synonym of on the run:     I m looking for someone, and if he s here, he s probably told you he s on the trot. (Follett, 1978) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • On the trot — 1. in a state of continuous activity; 2. one after another; in quick succession: He won three races on the trot …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • on the trot — Australian Slang 1. in a state of continuous activity; 2. one after another; in quick succession: He won three races on the trot …   English dialects glossary

  • on the trot — (UK)    This idiom means consecutively ; I d saw them three days on the trot, which means that I saw them on three consecutive days.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • On the trot —   (UK)   This idiom means consecutively ; I d saw them three days on the trot, which means that I saw them on three consecutive days …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • on the trot — (Brit. informal) IN SUCCESSION, one after the other, in a row, consecutively, successively; running, straight. → trot …   Useful english dictionary


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