- op elkaar volgend; elkaar opvolgend; na elkaar komen; opeenvolgend
- successive (without a break)
- in serie
- in regular succession without gaps
- one after the other
- in a consecutive manner
"we numbered the papers consecutively"
- Next Monday and Tuesday are consecutive holidays.
- It snowed for ten consecutive days.
- Stock prices declined for five consecutive days.
- The trial lasted for ten consecutive days.
- Steel output set a record for two consecutive years.
- A majority of Japanese workers plan to take more than three consecutive days of summer vacation.
- This is the fifth consecutive day of decline of stock prices.
- By three consecutive weddings the Austrian monarchy became the dominant house of Europe for a quarter of a century.
- After countless calls to the radio and countless newspaper ads in several consecutive days, people flocked to the festival. There are devoured tons of hamburgers that were offered there in abundance, and drunk liters of beer. As a result was a large number of drunks and thus, massive work for the legions of attending paramedics who had already acquired a huge experience of such mass gatherings at countless other parties.
- Three consecutive cycles shall be driven.
- 60 duty hours in any 7 consecutive days.
- 60 duty hours in any seven consecutive days.
- Coefficients of variation of triglyceride contents (19 consecutive analyses)
- 100 block hours in any 28 consecutive days.
- Exceed accumulated driving time during 2 consecutive weeks