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sequence

se·quence

sequence

 
 
pronunciation:
si kwns
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: an arrangement or process in which one thing follows another; succession.
The lessons are presented in a logical sequence.No one could have predicted this bizarre sequence of events.The next number in the sequence 2, 4, 6, 8 is 10.
synonyms:
progression
similar words:
movement, succession, tenor
definition 2: the order of such an arrangement.
The cooking steps must be carried out in the proper sequence.
synonyms:
order, succession
definition 3: a related or connected series.
She wrote a sequence of scholarly articles.
synonyms:
series
similar words:
chain
definition 4: in film, a continuous scene that takes place in one location.
The opening sequence was shot in a Philadelphia courtroom.
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: sequenced, sequences, sequencing
definition: to arrange in a sequence.
What is the best way to sequence the instruction?
similar words:
arrange, order, organize, queue, rank, systematize
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The word sequence contains the following part:
sequi, secut, seque Latin root that means to follow