**CONSECUTIVE** [kənˈsekyədiv]

ADJECTIVE

**consecutive** (adjective)

- following continuously.
- in unbroken or logical sequence.

**See also:** Consecutive Consecutively Consecutiveness

**1.** ** Consecutive** definition is - following one after the other in order : successive

**2.** How to use ** Consecutive** in a sentence

**3.** ** Consecutive** definition, following one another in uninterrupted succession or order; successive: six

**4.** ** Consecutive** synonyms,

**5.** Following one after another without interruption; successive: was absent on three ** Consecutive** days; won five

**6.** ** Consecutive** events, numbers, etc

**7.** ** Consecutive**: following one after another without others coming in between

**8.** Synonyms: back-to-back, sequent, sequential… Antonyms: in*Consecutive*, inconsequent, non*Consecutive*…

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**10.** We had unusually cold temperatures for five ** Consecutive** [=successive] days

**11.** The team has lost three ** Consecutive** games

**12.** [=three games in a row] [+] more examples [-] hide examples [+] Example sentences [-] Hide examples — *Consecutive*ly adverb

**13.** The prints are signed by the artist and numbered *Consecutive*ly

**14.** ** Consecutive** definition:

**15.** Example: The product of two ** Consecutive** odd numbers is 143

**16.** ** Consecutive** odd numbers near 12 are 11 and 13

**17.** ** Consecutive** odd integers are the set of integers such that each integer in the set differs from the previous integer by a difference of 2 and each integer is an odd number

**18.** ** Consecutive** odd integers are odd integers that follow each other by the difference of 2

**19.** If x is an odd integer, then x + 2, x + 4, x + 6 and x + 8 are ** Consecutive** odd integers.

**20.** Synonyms for ** Consecutive** in Free Thesaurus

**21.** 23 synonyms for ** Consecutive**: successive, running, following, succeeding, in turn, uninterrupted

**22.** Antonyms for ** Consecutive** include non

**23.** ** Consecutive**: 1 adj one after the other Synonyms: back-to-back succeeding coming after or following adj in regular succession without gaps Synonyms: sequent , sequential , serial , successive ordered having a systematic arrangement; especially having elements succeeding in order according to rule adj successive (without a break) Synonyms:

**24.** ‘A Terz is a sequence of three ** Consecutive** cards; it is worth 20 points.’ ‘At your turn you can play an ascending sequence of

**25.** What does ** Consecutive** mean? The definition of

**26.** ** Consecutive** integers calculator provide the list of

**27.** The term ** Consecutive** integers simply refer to the integers which

**28.** ** Consecutive** interior angles: These angles lie on the inside of the two parallel lines and on the same side of the transversal

**29.** The pair of ** Consecutive** interior angles for the two sections in the above figure can be named as \( (\angle \text A, \angle \text B) \) and \( (\angle \text E, \angle \text F) \).

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**31.** The adjective ** Consecutive**, on the other hand, means one after the other, like little ducks all in a row

**32.** Thieves go from one house to the next on down the block if they're robbing ** Consecutive** houses

**33.** Sports fans like the word ** Consecutive**, especially when their team is winning

**34.** Here are some ** Consecutive** examples, read them one at a time:

**35.** ** Consecutive** interpreters can also help you to understand the proceedings in insurance claims meetings

**36.** From baseball players to footballers, sportspersons who play in teams where they don’t speak the language often rely on a ** Consecutive** …

**37.** ** Consecutive** numbers (or more properly,

**38.** Given two ** Consecutive** numbers, one must be even and one must be odd

**39.** Since the product of an even number and an odd number is always even, the product of two ** Consecutive** numbers (and, in fact, of any number of

**40.** Following one after another without interruption; successive: was absent on three ** Consecutive** days; won five

**41.** Grammar Expressing consequence or result: a ** Consecutive** clause

**42.** The infielder had four ** Consecutive** …

**43.** ‘A Terz is a sequence of three ** Consecutive** cards; it is worth 20 points.’ ‘At your turn you can play an ascending sequence of

**44.** ** Consecutive** Integer Problems - word problems involving

**45.** What is the opposite of ** Consecutive?** Antonyms for

**46.** 9 hours ago · Moon Ursin and DiJonai Carrington both had 21 points as reigning women's national champion Baylor advanced to its 12th ** Consecutive** NCAA Sweet 16 with a 90-48 victory over Virginia Tech on Tuesday

**47.** 19 hours ago · Colorado has won a season-best seven ** Consecutive** contests, owning the longest active winning streak in the NHL

**48.** ** Consecutive** numbers is divisible by n if n is even, but not divisible by n if n is odd

**49.** Here, by placing n, you are just saying, ‘The sum of any number of ** Consecutive** numbers is divisible by

**50.** The first set of ** Consecutive** integers is found by adding 1 to 0 and to every positive number that comes after 0 The third set of

**51.** • The Sharks have lost 10 ** Consecutive** games

**52.** • Fifty ** Consecutive** referrals in 1988 were compared with 50

**53.** • Napoleon Kaufman, making his third ** Consecutive** start, certainly wants to …

**54.** 4 hours ago · Lakers' ** Consecutive** big losses are worrisome

**55.** ** Consecutive** interpretation is form of verbal communication

**56.** Even and Odd ** Consecutive** Integers

**57.** Even ** Consecutive** integers are even numbers that follow each other in order.

**58.** ** Consecutive** Meaning: "uninterrupted in course or succession," 1610s, from French consécutif (16c.), from Medieval Latin… See definitions of

**59.** She was absent for nine ** Consecutive** days

**60.** He is beginning his fourth ** Consecutive** term of office

**61.** After six ** Consecutive** defeats, the team was almost ready to give up

**62.** Interest rates rose again for the fifth ** Consecutive** month

**63.** They achieved their third ** Consecutive** year of record sales.

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**65.** ** Consecutive** interpretation—a crucial skill in both court and medical settings—requires mastery of techniques that help maximize accuracy

**66.** This webinar will introduce the techniques and skills used in ** Consecutive** interpreting, including chunking, visualization, notetaking, …

**67.** The Humane Alternatives to Long-Term Solitary Confinement Act, which passed 42-21, would prevent inmates from being held in solitary confinement for more than 15 ** Consecutive** days, or …

**68.** Wild has enough to beat Ducks 2-1 for ninth ** Consecutive** home victory Sarah McLellan, Star Tribune 1 day ago

**69.** ** Consecutive** sentence: a sentence that runs at the end of another

**70.** Two sentences of three years served *Consecutive*ly equate to a six-year sentence

**71.** ** Consecutive** means to follow continuously in a series or sequence

**72.** So that means ** Consecutive** numbers are numbers that follow each other in order.

**73.** No significant difference was obtained in estimates between footwear and barefoot conditions for ** Consecutive** angles between the two age groups [F(10,40) = 2.21, p [less than] 0.18].

**74.** ** Consecutive** numbers (or more properly,

**75.** Algebra problems often ask about properties of ** Consecutive** odd or even numbers, or

**76.** Permissive ** Consecutive** Permissive

**77.** Permissive ** Consecutive** sentencing is most commonly used when there are two or more offenses on the permissive

**78.** The number of ** Consecutive** holes the player has made birdies and at least one or more or eagle or better during the streak

Consecutive is a synonym of successive. As adjectives the difference between consecutive and successive. is that **consecutive is following, in succession, without interruption** while successive is coming one after the other in a series.

Concurrent describes **things that are occurring, or people who are doing something, at the same time**, such as " concurrent users" of a computer program. Consecutive refers to things that are arranged or happen in a sequential order. A criminal who serves a consecutive sentence does time for one conviction after another.

**Numbers that follow each other continuously in the order from smallest to largest are called consecutive numbers**. For example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and so on are consecutive numbers.

Definition of consecutively. : **in a consecutive manner** : with each following the other without interruption : with consecutive numbers or in consecutive occurrences The prints are signed by the artist and numbered consecutively.