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disgruntled customers #1 (permalink) Mon Nov 22, 2010 20:02 pm   disgruntled customers
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #308 "English Slang Idioms (30)", question 3

His day was very busy. He answered ......... to back phone calls from disgruntled customers.

(a) front
(b) side
(c) back
(d) foot

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #308 "English Slang Idioms (30)", answer 3

His day was very busy. He answered back to back phone calls from disgruntled customers.

Correct answer: (c) back
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v: phone back = call back so.
Does the back phone call mean calling back /n/?
He had to call back the back phone calls. So:
He answered back to back phone calls from disgruntled customers.
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disgruntled customers #2 (permalink) Mon Nov 22, 2010 23:56 pm   disgruntled customers
 

back to back phone calls would be one phone call after another for a period of time.
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