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一連, 一嗹, いちれん

  • ichiren


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • series
  • chain
  • sequence


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • two reams (i.e. 1000 sheets of paper)


  • verse
  • stanza

Examples of 一連,一嗹,いちれん in a Sentence

They gave a series of concerts.
They conducted a series of experiments under zero gravity.
Note that the impetus for change has undergone a series of transformations in this community.
Boeing has calculated the chances of a series of crew errors leading to CFIT.
The top engineer put the car through a series of rigorous tests.
A piece of railway in use today is therefore the product of a long series of decisions reached on many different grounds, at different times.
The probability of this chain of events all happening at once is one in 2 million flights - about once every two months at current levels of air traffic.
The pioneers have overcome a series of obstacles.
This school was recommended to me by someone I asked to help me with the visa application process.
A whole battery of arguments.

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