Translation of succession in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 uncountable (act of following) for 6 years in successionit's happened ten times in successiondurante seis años consecutivos or seguidosin rapid successionha pasado diez veces seguidas1.2 countable (series) a succession of visitors/imagesuno tras otroa succession of defeatsuna sucesión de visitantes/imágenesuna serie de derrotasExample sentences
- The game came alive in the 20th minute when Bury, following a succession of a five-metre scrums, were eventually awarded a penalty try, the conversion a formality.
- Following a succession of attacks, a large breakaway group moved clear on the first of three laps and opened up a decisive lead over the rest.
- The city has struggled following a succession of high-profile business closures and job losses.
- 2 uncountable (to office, rank) to be first in succession to the thronethe law of successionser el primero en la línea de sucesión al tronoin succession to somebodyla ley de sucesióncomo sucesor de alguienExample sentences
- As a fruit of the Pombaline vision, Goa is today the only State in India to have a uniform civil code, which ensures women equal rights of succession, property and inheritance.
- I think he was confusing the constitutional succession in office with who was in charge.
- The Lib Dem policy would prove even more progressive than the mayor's plans, with partnerships that were binding in matters of inheritance, pensions and succession of tenancy.
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