Translation of concatenation in Spanish:

concatenation

Pronunciation: /kɑːnˌkætəˈneɪʃən; kɒnˌkætɪˈneɪʃən/

n

  • [formal] concatenación (f) [formal]
    More example sentences
    • Extending from one end to the other is a great concatenation of human bodies linked by their reaching, touching, grasping, and leaning, each creating a dangerous possibility of human-to-human contagion.
    • All of these things came together to create this awful concatenation of these various factors, simply diabolically coming together.
    • In language, a lone signifier would be an utterly meaningless sound or concatenation of sounds.

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