Definition of back-to-back
- These were where the millworkers dwelt, the worst of them known as back-to-backs because that is how they were built, without intervening space.
- —Geoffrey Moorhouse
- Miami began to beat elite teams and was bloodlessly efficient in the second half of back-to-backs, winning 11 in a row over a three-month stretch, a sign of a team with toughness.
- —Jack McCallum
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