Definition of time after time (also time and again or time and time again) in English:

time after time (also time and again or time and time again)

phrase

  • On very many occasions; repeatedly.

    • ‘Is this the story of violence, suffering and dashed hopes Africa is condemned to repeat time and time again?’
    • ‘Worse than that, he can get repeated migraines, going through the whole process time and again.’
    • ‘A professional actor is destined to repeat the roles he had been doing time and again.’
    • ‘They just repeat the old ones time and again to the end of their years.’
    • ‘Basic errors are repeated time and again, despite fine words and earnest assurances to this committee.’
    • ‘One wonders why, after being put off time after time, she continues to persist.’
    • ‘The architectural importance of Ballyfin House was stressed time and time again.’
    • ‘If it can be done once, then maybe it can be repeated time after time, until not a single child is left without a roof over its head.’
    • ‘Last week on a tour of the United States, he repeated this message time and again.’
    • ‘This is the pattern we have seen repeated time after time throughout history.’
    frequently, often, repeatedly, again and again, over and over, over and over again, time and again, time and time again, time after time, many times, on many occasions, many times over
    repeatedly, again and again, over and over, over and over again, time and again, time and time again, frequently, often, many times, many a time, on many occasions, many times over
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