View Poll Results: Which idiom means 'consecutively'?

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  • on the fly

    218 25.62%
  • on the nod

    192 22.56%
  • on the trot

    441 51.82%
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Thread: On the ???

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    #11

    Re: On the ???

    Quote Originally Posted by SmileChim View Post
    on the fly, i guess. but which about the answer?
    Hi

    Here is the answer given by the link Tdol provided for us:

    On the fly
    If you do things on the fly, you do things without preparation, responding to events as they happen.

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    #12

    Smile Re: On the ???

    I've answered wrong but it's ok i've learned new information thanks.


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    #13

    Re: On the ???

    on the fly: impulsive
    on the not: id assume at the request or order
    on the trot: consecutive, almost rhythmatic, consistant

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    #14

    Re: On the ???

    On the trot -without break

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