Definition of 'succession'
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But all they had heard so far was a succession of indifferent poets and party politicians. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2001)Abbot could foresee a succession of equally ambiguous interviews. UNTO THE GRAVE (2001)A more worldly-wise chap, I suppose, would simply have thrown himself into a succession of shallow love-affairs that were really quite fun. THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE (2001)
Trends of 'succession'
Very Common. succession is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'succession'
British English: succession NOUN
A succession of things of the same kind is a number of them that exist or happen one after the other.
He took a succession of jobs which have stood him in good stead.
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Definition of succession from the Collins English Dictionary
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