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UK [ˈsiːkwəns] / US [ˈsɪkwəns] noun
Word forms "sequence":
singular sequence plural sequences
1) [countable/uncountable] a set of related things that happen or are arranged in a particular order

A computer can store and repeat sequences of instructions.

a dance sequence

the sequence of events:

Could you describe the exact sequence of events that evening?

a) the order in which a set of things happens or is arranged

The words had to be put into the right sequence.

in sequence:

Are the numbers in sequence?

out of sequence:

Scenes of a film are often shot out of sequence.

b) biology the order in which the parts of a molecule or gene are arranged

Collocations:
Adjectives frequently used with sequence
▪  alphabetical, chronological, logical, numerical, random
2) [countable] cinema a part of a film that deals with one event or that has a particular style

action/dream sequences

the famous opening sequence from Reservoir Dogs


English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Sequence — Se quence (s[=e] kwens), n. [F. s[ e]quence, L. sequentia, fr. sequens. See {Sequent}.] 1. The state of being sequent; succession; order of following; arrangement. [1913 Webster] How art thou a king But by fair sequence and succession? Shak.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • sequence — late 14c., hymn sung after the Hallelujah and before the Gospel, from O.Fr. sequence answering verses (13c.), from M.L. sequentia a following, a succession, from L. sequentem (nom. sequens), prp. of sequi to follow (see SEQUEL (Cf. sequel)). In… …   Etymology dictionary

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