on the trot


Senior Member
Hello, all.

In the dictionary the expression "on the trot" is said to be mainly used in England and Australia. Is that so? Which would be the equivalent expression in the USA?

ex.: to do something on the trot;
Thank you.
  • JulianStuart

    Senior Member
    English (UK then US)
    This is in the dictionary here and there is already a thread about it, with links to other dictionary definitions. The main meanings are "in succession" or "without a break" - in words understandable in other forms of English :D
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