08459252-n 'serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern';
Arabic تسلْسُل , تتابُع
Bulgarian ред , последователност
Catalan seqüència
Chinese (simplified) 次序 , 序列
Danish sekvens
Greek ακολουθία
English sequence13 ( )
Basque sekuentzia
Finnish sekvenssi
French séquence , suite
Galician sucesión
Croatian serija , slijed , sekvenca
Indonesian urutan
Icelandic runa , romsa , röð
Italian sequenza
Japanese シークエンス , 順序 , 順番 , 配列 , シーケンス , , シークェンス
Nynorsk sekvens
Bokmål sekvens
Polish sekwencja
Portuguese sequência , seqüência
Chinese (traditional) 序列
Romanian secvență , succesiune
Slovak sekvencia , reťazec (DNA)
Slovene zaporedje
Spanish secuencia , sucesión
Swedish följd
Malaysian urutan , jujukan
物事が論理的順番または連続するパターンで続く連続した配置関係 ― 名前はアルファベットに並んでいた; 彼は、DNAの塩基対の配列を決める技術を発明した
(concr.) șir de persoane, de lucruri, de fapte care se succedă într-o anumită ordine
αδιάσπαστη διαδοχή πραγμάτων, εννοιών, γεγονότων ή καταστάσεων, που γίνεται σύμφωνα με ορισμένη τάξη ή αρχές
serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern ― the sequence of names was alphabetical; he invented a technique to determine the sequence of base pairs in DNA
Hyponym: codon combination combination fibonacci_sequence gene string
Hypernym: series
Semantic Field: groupn
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