What does “in a row” mean?

The phrase “in a row”, is used to describe events or things that happen right after each other – basically it’s another way of saying things are sequential.

Here’s an example of it’s usage:

“In a row” In a Sentence

“Yesterday I smoked 5 cigarettes in a row.  I felt like throwing up afterwards.”

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