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sequence noun

ADJ. complete, whole | continuous | complex | correct | opening | closing | alphabetical, chronological, logical, natural, random The article describes the chronological sequence of events. | action, dance, dream, film | DNA, gene

VERB + SEQUENCE complete Complete the following sequence: 1, 4, 8, 13 … | follow We had to follow a complex sequence of movements.

PREP. in ~ The book is more satisfying if you read each chapter in sequence. | in a/the ~ The heroine dies in the closing sequence of the film. | ~ of

PHRASES a sequence of events