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English definition of “sequencing”

sequencing

noun [U] uk   /ˈsiː.kwən.sɪŋ/ specialized us  
the process of deciding or discovering the order in which things are combined: A common sign of dyslexia is that the sequencing of letters when spelling words may be incorrect. DNA sequencing is giving us important new insights into biology and disease.
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