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procession /procession/
  • danh từ
    • đám rước; cuộc diễu hành; đoàn diễu hành (người, xe, thuyền...)
      • to go (walk) in procession: đi diễu
    • (nghĩa bóng) cuộc chạy đua không hào hứng
    • nội động từ
      • đi thành đám rước, đi theo đám rước; diễu hành
      • ngoại động từ
        • diễu hành dọc theo (đường phố)
      Concise Dictionary
      processionsprə'seʃn
      noun
      +(theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost
      +the group action of a collection of people or animals or vehicles moving ahead in more or less regular formation
      +the act of moving forward toward a goal

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 parade, march, cavalcade, motorcade, cortege or cortège, column, line, file, train, march past:
      A strange procession of thousands of beggars silently wound its way through the city.
      2 succession, cycle, sequence, string, train, chain, series, course, run, progression, cavalcade:
      He began to recount the procession of events that led up to the murder.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      + noun
      1 [C, U] a line of people or vehicles that move along slowly, especially as part of a ceremony; the act of moving in this way: a funeral procession + a torchlight procession + The procession made its way down the hill. + Groups of unemployed people from all over the country marched in procession to the capital.
      2 [C] a number of people who come one after the other: A procession of waiters appeared bearing trays of food.
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      ADJ.

      grand, great, large, long | little, small | public, street | slow, solemn, stately | colourful | ceremonial | triumphal | constant, endless, never-ending
      (figurative) We've had an endless procession of new secretaries through the office since Amy left.
      | torchlight | funeral, religious, wedding

      VERB + PROCESSION

      head, lead
      The mayor of the town led the procession to the central square.

      PROCESSION + VERB

      make its way, move, pass, wind (its way)
      The funeral procession moved slowly down the avenue. The solemn procession wound its way through the narrow streets.
      | leave, move off, set off

      PREP.

      in (a/the) ~
      The children marched in procession behind the band.
      | ~ of
      a procession of circus performers



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