Concatenation (noun)

  1. The act of linking things together in a chain-like series.
  2. A series of interconnected things.


Late 16th century (in the sense "linking together"): from latin concatenare, from con- "together" + catenare "to chain".


  1. The concatenation of events that led to the conclusion was complicated.
  2. In the computer science, a concatenation of strings is the operation of joining them end-to-end.
  3. A concatenation of actions is necessary to achieve a desired outcome.
  4. Concatenation of multiple signals results in an improved signal to noise ratio.
  5. A concatenation of circumstances can be seen as a cause and effect relationship.
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