sequential

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Etymology[edit]

sequence +‎ -al [1]

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sequential (not comparable)

  1. Succeeding or following in order.
    Antonym: non-sequential
    1. (grammar, of a verb and adjective form in Korean) Expressing succession of events.
  2. (programming) Executed as a sequence of instructions, without concurrency or parallelism.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Douglas Harper (2001–2021), “sequential”, in Online Etymology Dictionary.