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Meaning of “continuation” - Learner’s Dictionary

continuation

noun     /kənˌtɪnjuˈeɪʃən/
COME AFTER [C]
something that comes after an event, situation, or thing to make it continue or go further: Today's meeting will be a continuation of yesterday's talks.Continue and last
STILL EXIST [U, no plural]
the fact of continuing to exist, happen, or be used: the continuation of their partnershipContinue and last
Translations of “continuation”
in Korean 연속, 지속…
in Arabic اسْتِمْرار…
in Portuguese continuação…
in Catalan continuació…
in Japanese 続き, 継続…
in Italian continuazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繼續, 持續, 延續…
in Russian возобновление, продолжение…
in Turkish devam, uzantı, devamlılık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 继续, 持续, 延续…
in Polish kontynuacja…
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