could you please tell me what "back-to-back" means in the following sentence:
The Contractor has agreed to execute, complete and remedy the works and all defets therein on a back-to-back basis.
Does it mean "consecutively"?
Thank you very much.
Yes -"I had three meetings back to back" >they followed one on another.
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