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en·sue

 (ĕn-so͞o′)
intr.v. en·sued, en·su·ing, en·sues
To take place afterward or as a result. See Synonyms at follow.

[Middle English ensuen, from Old French ensuivre, ensu-, from Vulgar Latin *īnsequere, from Latin īnsequī, to follow closely : in-, intensive pref.; see en-1 + sequī, to follow; see sekw- in Indo-European roots.]

ensuing

(ɪnˈsjuːɪŋ)
adj
1. following subsequently or in order
2. following or occurring as a consequence; resulting
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ensuing - following immediately and as a result of what went before; "ensuing events confirmed the prediction"
succeeding - coming after or following

ensuing

adjective following, resulting, succeeding, subsequent, later, consequent In the ensuing violence more than 130 people were injured.
Translations
تالٍ، لاحِق
efterfølgende
sem fylgir í kjölfariî
-den/dan sonraki

ensuing

[ɪnˈsjuːɪŋ] ADJ (= subsequent) → subsiguiente; (= resulting) → consiguiente

ensuing

[ɪnˈsjuːɪŋ] adj
[event, debate, problem] → qui s'ensuit (or ensuivit ); [panic, confusion] → qui s'ensuit (or ensuivit )
In the ensuing panic, the terrorist drew a pistol → Lors de la panique qui s'ensuivit, le terroriste sortit un pistolet.
[years, months, weeks, days] → suivant(e)

ensuing

adjdarauf folgend attr; months, weeks alsofolgend attr

ensuing

[ɪnˈsjuːɪŋ] adj (chaos, event) → che segue

ensue

(inˈsjuː) verb
to come after; to result (from). the panic that ensued from the false news report.
enˈsuing adjective
coming after; happening as a result. She was killed in the ensuing riots.
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