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Sequence (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
Sequence, Plural: Se | quen | zen
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [zeˈkvɛnʦ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) a sequence of similar things
2) Movie Self-contained group of successive settings that belong to one another and document a phase in the development of the narrative
Synonyms:
1) Sequence, order
2) sequence of images
General terms:
2) cinematic unity
Subordinate terms:
1) Eulalia sequence, risk analysis sequence, signal sequence, transaction processing sequence, transaction processing sequence
2) fight sequence, plan sequence
Application examples:
1) A digital system processes sampled signals, i.e. sequences of numbers or Sequences.
2) Who one sequence If you want to install a DVD in your own strip, you always have to ask the rights holder for permission beforehand - and usually also pay.
Typical word combinations:
1) sequence the amino acid
Word formations:
Sequence diagram, sequence homology, sequence motif
Cases:
Nominative: singular sequence; Plural Sequences
Genitive: singular sequence; Plural Sequences
Dative: singular sequence; Plural Sequences
Accusative: singular sequence; Plural Sequences

Translations

  • English: sequence
  • French: séquence
  • Galician: secuencia
  • Hebrew: רצף
  • Italian: sequencea (Female)
  • Catalan: seqüència
  • Korean: 시퀀스
  • Dutch: sequens
  • Persian: سکانس
  • Portuguese: sequência
  • Swedish: sekvens
  • Spanish: secuencia (Female)
  • Turkish: Mathematics: ardışıklık, dizi; diziliş, sıra

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Canadian researchers deciphered the genetic sequence of bumblebees to explain reasons for the impending extinction of insects.
stern.de, August 17, 2018

Two years ago a court ruled that one sequence Do not infringe the copyright in the Led Zeppelin song. The process is being reopened due to procedural errors.
DiePresse.com, September 29, 2018

It shows a paddle steamer sailing across the Rhine near Cologne - 122 years ago. A filmmaker has that sequence discovered in France.
Spiegel Online, November 13, 2018

November 2018 a 15-minute sequence with video recordings from the German Animal Welfare Office, which on the one hand show how pigs are brought to slaughter with so-called electric drivers.
Animal Health Online, November 21, 2018

A new clip for the Game of Thrones finale shows us Arya seeing a living dragon for the first time. The short sequence could tell us more than it initially appears.
moviepilot.de, February 26, 2019

It takes half a minute sequence from the prison. 30 seconds that changed the life of the correctional officer Stefan B. forever.
BILD.de, January 23, 2020

Tom Cruise held his breath for minutes to do a stunt in Mission: Impossible 5 - Rogue Nation. We have background information on the literally breathtaking sequence for you.
moviepilot.de, October 02, 2020

But the one in question sequence is apparently only contained in the German version. That raises questions.
Welt.de, April 29, 2020

Does the hiphopper have the sequence stolen or just sampled? The judges do not make the decision easy for themselves.
n-tv.de, January 09, 2020

A sequence The Twitter community was amused in the image video by the Green Party leader Birgit Hebein.
ORF, August 20, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • (that) one after the other
  • ... route (journalistic) (technical, jargon)
  • sequence: orderly, orderly sequence
  • procedure: general: process, sequence; Water drain, a device for draining liquids; Construction: a connecting component; Ending a period of time, coming to an end
  • Succession
  • chronology: Time measurement, time calculation; temporal sequence; Science of time measurement and calculation, no plural
  • episode: Result or effect of an action or event; Series of sequential things or events; Part of a series, in particular for books, magazines, television series and radio plays; Mathematics list of numbers set in their order; more precisely: a mapping of the natural numbers to another set
  • gear
  • Run: Athletics (competition) races; Rowing: races, several runs (preliminary, intermediate and final) form a regatta; temporal sequence of events; Music rapid succession of tones; Lucky streak in the game; Path of a flowing water; Hair-game leg; Military, technology: barrel of a handgun; Technology of continuous movement of a machine; Computer science the automated processing of certain (economic) processes in a mass processing
  • Precedence: List with a grading according to value or importance
  • line
  • sequence: orderly, orderly sequence
  • series
  • chronological sequence
  • episode: Result or effect of an action or event; Series of sequential things or events; Part of a series, in particular for books, magazines, television series and radio plays; Mathematics List of Numbers in Order; more precisely: a mapping of the natural numbers to another set

Another word (synonym) for sequence - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "sequence":

gene: Biology, heredity: Sequence on the DNA that codes for a ribonucleic acid with a specific base sequence. Origin of the term: The term "genetics" was introduced in 1906 by William Bateson; Building on this, the Danish botanist Wilhelm Johannsen coined the expression "gene" in 1909

Processing: The released interruption time is the trivial case of the sequence: The activities are carried out one after the other at indefinite intervals, whereby the time span between the processing is not specified in the modeling

sequentially:… 1) consecutively, one after the other, origin of the term: Derivation to sequence with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -iell; possibly English Prototype: "sequential" Opposite words: 1) ...

Anticipation: ... anticipation, anticipation 2) Linguistics: a kind of slip of the tongue in which a linguistic sequence is shifted forward in the sequence 3) Biology: the one between earlier and ...

aboutissement: Success, success, consequence, sequence, success, result, result, consequence, consequence Translations German: 1) Success, success, result, sequence, success, result, result, consequence, consequence


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