Word: sequel

Category: sequel

Arts & Entertainment, Games, Books & Literature

Related words: sequel

the sequel, district 9, district 9 sequel, borderlands pre sequel, batman sequel, prometheus, prometheus sequel, dark knight sequel, hell the sequel, 300 sequel, arkham city sequel, bad meets evil, boy meets world, hunger games sequel, sequel pro

Synonyms: sequel

follow-up, continuation, consequence, result, upshot, outcome, development, issue, postscript, effect, aftereffect, aftermath, by-product, payoff, subsequence

Translations: sequel

spanish
resultado


german
fortsetzung, nachspiel, folge

french
continuation, conséquence, suite

italian
seguito, sequel di, sequel del

portuguese
continuação, seqüência, sequela, sequência, seqüela

dutch
vervolg, opvolger, gevolg, opvolger van

russian
продление, последствие, продолжение, результат

norwegian
følge

swedish
uppföljare, uppföljaren, fortsättning, sequelen

finnish
jatko, jatko-osa, jälki-ilmiö

danish
efterfølger, efterfølgeren, fortsættelse, fortsættelsen, opfølger

czech
pořadí, důsledek, řada

polish
następstwo

hungarian
folytatás, folytatást, folytatása, a folytatást

turkish
devam, sonuç

greek
συνέχεια, συνέπεια, συνέχεια του, το sequel

ukrainian
наслідок, результат, продовження

albanian
vazhdim, vazhdim i, Vazhdimi, pasojë, vazhdimësi

bulgarian
продължение, продължението, последствие, последица

belarusian
працяг, прадаўжэнне

estonian
järg

croatian
ishod, posljedica, nastavak

icelandic
framhald

lithuanian
tęsinys, tęsinio, pasekmė

latvian
turpinājums, rezultāts, turpinājumu, sekas

macedonian
продолжението, продолжение, продолжеток, продолжение на

romanian
reluare

slovenian
následek

slovak
pokračovanie, pokračovať, pokračovaní, pokračovanie zo, pokračovania

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The meaning and "use of": sequel

noun
  • a published, broadcast, or recorded work that continues the story or develops the theme of an earlier one.

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