consecutive definition

  • adjective:
    • After one after another without interruption; consecutive: ended up being absent on three consecutive days; won five successive games on the road.
    • Marked by reasonable series.
    • Grammar Expressing consequence or result: a consecutive clause.
    • after, in succession, without interruption
    • Having some rational sequence
    • Following in a train; succeeding the other person in a typical purchase; consecutive; continuous in program or succession; with no period or break.
    • Following as a result or outcome; in fact or logically centered; consequential; succeeding.
    • Having similarity of sequence; -- said of certain parallel progressions of two parts in a piece of balance.
    • successive (without a rest)
    • in regular succession without gaps
    • one after the other
  • others:
    • 1. Uninterrupted in course or succession; succeeding one another in a typical order; consecutive.
    • After; succeeding: with to.
    • In music, successive periods; often, the forbidden progression of consecutive or synchronous fifths or octaves.
  • adverb:
    • in a consecutive manner

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