Definition of 'sequel'
Example sentences containing 'sequel'
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Its sequel hits the cinemas this week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Like a movie sequel or that difficult second album. The Sun (2015)It is notoriously hard to make a sequel as good as the original. The Sun (2015)Utterly pointless comedy sequel that was voted the fifth worst movie of all time. The Sun (2009)The biggest hits so far this year have all been sequels or films with no big stars. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Family comedy sequel based on the popular book series. The Sun (2015)This is presumably why his name is not on the credits of this sequel to the film that launched his career. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The problem is, nobody makes sequels people want to see. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Plans are afoot to make a sequel to Casablanca. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Despite lacking the laughs of its predecessors, this comedy sequel still has its moments. The Sun (2015)It is overwhelmingly made up of sequels, remakes and adaptations of books and comics. The Sun (2012)I loved the first one but the sequel is gearing up to be just as good. The Sun (2016)This is the sequel to that book, but its opening chapters lack the drive and stylistic confidence of its predecessor. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most movie sequels are awful. The Sun (2015)We're also in the frame to record a song for a big film sequel and we might get a cameo in it. The Sun (2012)There is huge demand for a sequel after the original film topped the box office on opening and went on to make 20million worldwide. The Sun (2016)A Jericho sequel is one plan. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The book and its sequels have sold more than 1m copies in the UK. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'sequel'
British English: sequel /ˈsiːkwəl/ NOUN
The sequel to a book or film is another book or film which continues the story.
She is writing a sequel to her first novel.
- American English: sequel
- Arabic: نَتِيجَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: continuação
- Chinese: 续集
- Croatian: nastavak
- Czech: pokračování kniha, film
- Danish: fortsættelse
- Dutch: vervolg
- European Spanish: continuación
- Finnish: jatko-osa
- French: suite film
- German: Fortsetzung Film, Buch etc.
- Greek: συνέχεια
- Italian: seguito
- Japanese: 続篇
- Korean: 속편
- Norwegian: fortsettelse
- Polish: dalszy ciąg
- European Portuguese: continuação
- Romanian: continuare
- Russian: продолжение
- Spanish: continuación
- Swedish: fortsättning andra delen
- Thai: เรื่องราวที่ติดตามมา
- Turkish: devamı
- Ukrainian: продовження
- Vietnamese: cuốn tiếp theo
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