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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrofro /frəʊ $ froʊ/ adverb   to and fro1
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froOn the first Sunday in May, he attended services at Trinity Church, walking the six blocks to and fro.We all began to rock to and fro and feel more cheerful; all except Wardlaw, that is.Of course you could also be looking for work at home, where the ability to travel to and fro is immaterial.
From Longman Business DictionaryFROFRO noun [uncountable]INSURANCE fire risk only; used on an insurance policy to show that it only covers the risk of fire
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