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procession

noun [C]  /prəˈseʃ·ən/ us  
a line of people, vehicles, or objects moving forward in an organized manner, esp. as part of a ceremony: a funeral procession
processional
adjective [not gradable]  /prəˈseʃ·ə·nəl/ us  
There was tight security along the processional route.
Translations of “procession”
in Korean 행렬, 행진…
in Arabic مَوْكِب…
in French cortège…
in Turkish kafile, alay, tören kıtası…
in Italian processione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行列,隊伍, 一系列,一長串…
in Russian процессия…
in Polish pochód, defilada, procesja…
in Spanish desfile, (religión) procesión…
in Portuguese procissão…
in German die Prozession…
in Catalan processó…
in Japanese (人や車の列の)行進…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行列,队伍, 一系列,一长串…
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