back and forth


  1. The movement (of someone or something) forward followed by a return to the same position. May refer to a concept such as an emotional state or a relationship as well as a physical thing.
  2. Negotiations or discussions between two or more parties, a dialog.


  1. Going from one place or position to another and back again.
    The back and forth movement of the tide causes erosion of the coastline.


  1. From one place to another and back again.

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