English version

one after another

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone after anotherone after anotherused to talk about a series of similar things or events Small businesses have been collapsing one after another. another
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one after anotherEver since we moved into this house, it's been one problem after another.This central area was the scene of three great changes, one after another.As they came ashore herrings fell off, one after another.The hummingbird which feeds on it must therefore visit many plants, one after another.On Saturday evenings everybody in the family had a bath one after another in an old tin bath in front of the fire.Deliberate and unhurried, he tried them one after another in the lock under the white, nineteenth-century china handle.Just moments, one after another, instead of living so many years ahead of each day.Just one after another on the streets.Autumn drew on in Mitford, and one after another, the golden days were illumined with changing light.He's had one problem after another this year.
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