View Poll Results: Which idiom means 'consecutively'?

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    218 25.62%
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    192 22.56%
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Thread: On the ???

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    On the ???

    Check your answer here.

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    Re: On the ???

    Oh, this one went over my head

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    Re: On the ???

    i am confudes can you explain please

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    Re: On the ???

    first tell me what does consecutively means then may be i understand this idiom

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    Re: On the ???

    Is that BE? (I had only heard one of them.)


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    Cool Re: On the ???

    That's only used in the UK right? I've never heard it from an american or in a movie.

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    Re: On the ???

    Quote Originally Posted by sana88 View Post
    first tell me what does consecutively means then may be i understand this idiom
    If you tell me what consectively means then I may be able to understand this idiom.
    It means one after the other.

    ~R

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    Re: On the ???

    on the fly, i guess. but which about the answer?

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    Re: On the ???

    Quote Originally Posted by SmileChim View Post
    on the fly, i guess. but which about the answer?
    Ah, you are a neighbour of mine. Try dictionary.com.

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