动词过去式:sequenced 过去分词:sequenced 现在分词:sequencing 第三人称单数:sequences
1 [U, C] set of events, numbers, actions, etc with each following the one before continuously or in a particular order 有次序的事情、数字、行动等
*deal with events in historical sequence 按照历史上的先後顺序研究大事件
* describe the sequence of events, ie in the order in which they occurred 按时间顺序叙述事情
* a sequence of dance movements 连续的舞蹈动作
* a sequence of playing-cards, ie three or more next to each other in value, eg 10, 9,
8 纸牌的顺牌（至少为三张点数相连的牌如 10、9、8）.
2 [C] part of a cinema film dealing with one scene or topic （影片中描述一个场景或主题的）连续镜头
*a thrilling sequence that includes a car chase 含有汽车追逐镜头的紧张片段.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Late Latin;Origin: sequentia, from Latin sequi 'to follow']
[U and C]
the order that something happens or exists in, or the order it is supposed to happen or exist in
in a ... sequence
The questions should be asked in a logical sequence .
Be careful to perform the actions in the correct sequence .
Number them in sequence, 1,2,3 etc.
out of sequence
The chapters may be studied out of sequence.
a series of related events, actions etc that happen or are done in a particular order
He's had a sequence of business failures.
the sequence of events leading up to the war
one part of a story, film etc that deals with a single subject or action
the dream sequence in the film
1. He described the events of that day in sequence. 他按先后次序描述了那一天发生的种种事件。