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Sequela

sɪˈkwiː.lə

Meanings of Sequela:

noun

A condition which is the consequence of a previous disease or injury.

Usage examples:

The long-term sequelae of infection

Sequelae

sɪˈkwiːlə

Meanings of Sequelae:

noun

A condition which is the consequence of a previous disease or injury.

Usage examples:

The long-term sequelae of infection

Plural of sequela specialized

Meanings of Sequels:

noun

A published, broadcast, or recorded work that continues the story or develops the theme of an earlier one.

Usage examples:

The sequel to home alone

Meanings of Sequence:

noun

A particular order in which related things follow each other.

Usage examples:

The content of the programme should follow a logical sequence
verb

Arrange in a particular order.

Usage examples:

Trainee librarians decide how a set of misfiled cards could be sequenced

Meanings of Sequenced:

verb

Arrange in a particular order.

Usage examples:

Trainee librarians decide how a set of misfiled cards could be sequenced
noun

A particular order in which related things follow each other.

Usage examples:

The content of the programme should follow a logical sequence

Sequencer

ˈsiːkw(ə)nsə

Meanings of Sequencer:

noun

A programmable electronic device for storing sequences of musical notes, chords, or rhythms and transmitting them to an electronic musical instrument.

Usage examples:

Kraftwerk used and combined synthesizers, vocoders, custom-built sequencers, rudimentary rhythm box…

Sequencers

ˈsiːkw(ə)nsə

Meanings of Sequencers:

noun

A programmable electronic device for storing sequences of musical notes, chords, or rhythms and transmitting them to an electronic musical instrument.

Usage examples:

Kraftwerk used and combined synthesizers, vocoders, custom-built sequencers, rudimentary rhythm box…

Meanings of Sequences:

noun

A particular order in which related things follow each other.

Usage examples:

The content of the programme should follow a logical sequence
verb

Arrange in a particular order.

Usage examples:

Trainee librarians decide how a set of misfiled cards could be sequenced

Sequencing

ˈsiːkw(ə)ns

Meanings of Sequencing:

verb

Arrange in a particular order.

Usage examples:

Trainee librarians decide how a set of misfiled cards could be sequenced
noun

A particular order in which related things follow each other.

Usage examples:

The content of the programme should follow a logical sequence

Sequential

sɪˈkwɛnʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Sequential:

adjective

Forming or following in a logical order or sequence.

Usage examples:

A series of sequential steps

In regular succession without gaps

Sequentially

sɪˈkwɛnʃ(ə)li

Meanings of Sequentially:

adverb

By forming or following a logical order or sequence.

Usage examples:

The receipts were numbered sequentially as 46 and 47

Sequester

sɪˈkwes.tər

Meanings of Sequester:

verb

Isolate or hide away.

Usage examples:

She is sequestered in deepest dorset
noun

Another term for sequestrate.

Usage examples:

Their property was sequestered by parliament

Sequestered

sɪˈkwes.təd

Meanings of Sequestered:

adjective

(of a place) isolated and hidden away.

Usage examples:

A wild sequestered spot
verb

Isolate or hide away.

Usage examples:

She is sequestered in deepest dorset

Sequestering

sɪˈkwɛstə

Meanings of Sequestering:

verb

Isolate or hide away.

Usage examples:

She is sequestered in deepest dorset
noun

A general cut in government spending.

Usage examples:

If the budget deal hadn't gone through, there would have been a sequester of at least $100 billion

Sequesters

sɪˈkwɛstə

Meanings of Sequesters:

verb

Isolate or hide away.

Usage examples:

She is sequestered in deepest dorset
noun

Another term for sequestrate.

Usage examples:

Their property was sequestered by parliament

Meanings of Sequestra:

noun

A piece of dead bone tissue formed within a diseased or injured bone, typically in chronic osteomyelitis.

Usage examples:

Although bone sequestra and abscess are treated surgically, further extension of the operation may …

Sequestrate

sɪˈkwestreɪt

Meanings of Sequestrate:

verb

Take legal possession of (assets) until a debt has been paid or other claims have been met.

Usage examples:

The power of courts to sequestrate the assets of unions

Sequestrated

sɪˈkwestreɪt

Meanings of Sequestrated:

verb

Take legal possession of (assets) until a debt has been paid or other claims have been met.

Usage examples:

The power of courts to sequestrate the assets of unions

Sequestrates

ˈsiːkwəstreɪt

Meanings of Sequestrates:

verb

Take legal possession of (assets) until a debt has been paid or other claims have been met.

Usage examples:

The power of courts to sequestrate the assets of unions

Sequestrating

sɪˈkwestreɪt

Meanings of Sequestrating:

verb

Take legal possession of (assets) until a debt has been paid or other claims have been met.

Usage examples:

The power of courts to sequestrate the assets of unions

Sequestration

ˌsiː.kwesˈtreɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Sequestration:

noun

The action of sequestrating or taking legal possession of assets.

Usage examples:

If such court injunctions are ignored, sequestration of trade union assets will follow

Meanings of Sequestrations:

noun

The action of sequestrating or taking legal possession of assets.

Usage examples:

If such court injunctions are ignored, sequestration of trade union assets will follow

Sequestrum

sɪˈkwɛstrəm

Meanings of Sequestrum:

noun

A piece of dead bone tissue formed within a diseased or injured bone, typically in chronic osteomyelitis.

Usage examples:

Although bone sequestra and abscess are treated surgically, further extension of the operation may …

Meanings of Sequin:

noun

A small shiny disc sewn on to clothing for decoration.

Usage examples:

Satin dresses trimmed with pearls and sequins

Sequined

ˈsiː.kwɪnd

Meanings of Sequined:

adjective

Another spelling of sequinned

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