successively


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suc·ces·sive

 (sək-sĕs′ĭv)
adj.
1. Following in uninterrupted order; consecutive: on three successive days.
2. Of, characterized by, or involving succession: the government successive to the fallen monarchy.

suc·ces′sive·ly adv.
suc·ces′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.successively - in proper order or sequence; "talked to each child in turn"; "the stable became in turn a chapel and then a movie theater"
Translations
بصورةٍ متَعاقِبَه أو مُتتابِعَه
postupně
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birbirini izleyerek

successively

[səkˈsesɪvlɪ] ADVsucesivamente
they lived successively in Denmark, Sweden and Finlandvivieron en Dinamarca, Suecia y Finlandia sucesivamente
successively higher levels of unemploymentniveles de desempleo cada vez más altos

successively

[səkˈsɛsɪvli] advsuccessivement

successively

advnacheinander, hintereinander; successively higher levels of unemploymentsukzessiv höhere Arbeitslosenraten

successively

[səkˈsɛsɪvlɪ] advsuccessivamente

succeed

(səkˈsiːd) verb
1. to manage to do what one is trying to do; to achieve one's aim or purpose. He succeeded in persuading her to do it; He's happy to have succeeded in his chosen career; She tried three times to pass her driving-test, and at last succeeded; Our new teaching methods seem to be succeeding.
2. to follow next in order, and take the place of someone or something else. He succeeded his father as manager of the firm / as king; The cold summer was succeeded by a stormy autumn; If the duke has no children, who will succeed to (= inherit) his property?
success (səkˈses) noun
1. (the prosperity gained by) the achievement of an aim or purpose. He has achieved great success as an actor / in his career.
2. a person or thing that succeeds or prospers. She's a great success as a teacher.
sucˈcessful (-ˈses-) adjective
(negative unsuccessful) having success. Were you successful in finding a new house?; The successful applicant for this job will be required to start work next month; a successful career.
sucˈcessfully adverb
succession (səkˈseʃən) noun
1. the right of succeeding to a throne as king, to a title etc. The Princess is fifth in (order of) succession (to the throne).
2. a number of things following after one another. a succession of bad harvests.
3. the act or process of following and taking the place of someone or something else. his succession to the throne.
successive (səkˈsesiv) adjective
following one after the other. He won three successive matches.
sucˈcessively (-ˈsesiv-) adverb
sucˈcessor (-ˈse-) noun
a person who follows, and take the place of another. Who will be appointed as the manager's successor?
in succession
one after another. five wet days in succession.
References in classic literature ?
While the elderly gentleman stood looking at the Pyncheon House, both the frown and the smile passed successively over his countenance.
With these he lived successively a week at a time, thus going the rounds of the neighborhood, with all his worldly effects tied up in a cotton handkerchief.
Something, however, happened this time that had not happened before; his stare into my face, through the glass and across the room, was as deep and hard as then, but it quitted me for a moment during which I could still watch it, see it fix successively several other things.
The first, to begin from the neck, was nearly six feet long; the second, third, and fourth were each successively longer, till you came to the climax of the fifth, or one of the middle ribs, which measured eight feet and some inches.
The boy was the only survivor of a large family, who had been successively sold away from her to a southern market.
It was a kind of satire on Nature: it was the scientific method, the geologic method; it deposited the history of the family in a stratified record; and the antiquary could dig through it and tell by the remains of each period what changes of diet the family had introduced successively for a hundred years.
Instances have been known of young people passing many, many months successively, without being at any ball of any description, and no material injury accrue either to body or mind;but when a beginning is made when the felicities of rapid motion have once been, though slightly, feltit must be a very heavy set that does not ask for more.
He thought of it all day long, and for many days successively, and he did not repent.
John's curiosity was excited by the mystery observed by the stranger; and, being already displeased with the issue of the tournament, in which the challengers whom he favoured had been successively defeated by one knight, he answered haughtily to the marshals, ``By the light of Our Lady's brow, this same knight hath been disinherited as well of his courtesy as of his lands, since he desires to appear before us without uncovering his face.
I was surgeon successively in two ships, and made several voyages, for six years, to the East and West Indies, by which I got some addition to my fortune.
We examined them successively, to see if one of them had not a funnel, showing that it had been tapped at some time or another.
The gate swung open to let him through, and he next passed successively three courts, surrounded by deep ditches filled with running water, with birds of brilliant plumage flying about the banks.

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