Definition of concatenation in English:

concatenation

Syllabification: con·cat·e·na·tion
Pronunciation: /kənˌkatnˈāSH(ə)n
 
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noun

1A series of interconnected things or events: a singular concatenation of events unlikely to recur
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.
Synonyms
1.1The action of linking things together in a series.
More example sentences
  • And this linkage, this so-called concatenation or coming together of effects unifying these vastly different domains of nature, is one of the most compelling aspects in this field.
  • The per-process space available for environment variables is, however, limited, and a simple textual concatenation of attribute-value pairs is a fairly inflexible way to store data.
  • Only drive striping and concatenation were completely safe, and mirroring was safe as long as you did not use the on-line rebuild code.

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