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adv. in a row, in succession
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In what contexts is 一连 (yīlián) used?
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一连 (yīlián) is used to describe a series of events or actions that happen in succession without interruption. For example, it can be used to describe a series of consecutive victories or losses, such as in the phrase 这支球队一连五场比赛都赢了 (zhè zhī qiúduì yīlián wǔ chǎng bǐsài dōu yíng le - This team has won five games in a row). It can also be used to describe a series of consecutive days, such as in the phrase 一连三天都没有下雨 (yīlián sān tiān dōu méiyǒu xiàyǔ - It hasn't rained for three days in a row).
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