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successive
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
successive /sək'sesiv/
  • tính từ
    • kế tiếp; liên tiếp, liên tục; lần lượt
Concise Dictionary
sək'sesɪv
adj.
+in regular succession without gaps
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
uninterrupted, continuous, unbroken, continual, consecutive, succeeding:
Last season he scored in sixteen successive matches.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
[only before noun] following immediately one after the other: This was their fourth successive win. + Successive governments have tried to tackle the problem. + There has been low rainfall for two successive years.
successively adverb: This concept has been applied successively to painting, architecture and sculpture.


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