[kuh n-tin-yoo-ey-shuh n] /kənˌtɪn yuˈeɪ ʃən/
the act or state of continuing; the state of being continued.
extension or carrying on to a further point:
to request the continuation of a loan.
something that continues some preceding thing by being of the same kind or having a similar content:
Today’s weather will be a continuation of yesterday’s.
British Stock Exchange. .
a part or thing added, esp to a book or play, that serves to continue or extend; sequel
a renewal of an interrupted action, process, etc; resumption
the act or fact of continuing without interruption; prolongation
another word for contango (sense 1), contango (sense 2)
late 14c., from Old French continuation (13c.), or directly from Latin continuationem (nominative continuatio), noun of action from continuat-, past participle stem of continuare (see continue).
continuation passing style
- Continuation passing style
(CPS) A semantically clean language with continuations used as an intermediate language for Scheme and the SML/NJ compiler. [“Rabbit: A Compiler for Scheme”, G.L. Steele, AI-TR-474, MIT (May 1978)]. [“Compiling With Continuations”, A. Appel, Cambridge U Press 1992]. programming (CPS) A style of programming in which every user function f takes an extra argument c […]
noun 1. a school providing extension courses for people who have left school in the elementary grades to go to work.
[kuh n-tin-yoo-ey-tiv, -uh-tiv] /kənˈtɪn yuˌeɪ tɪv, -ə tɪv/ adjective 1. tending or serving to continue; causing continuation or prolongation. 2. expressing continuance of thought. 3. Grammar. expressing a following event. In They arrested a suspect, who gave his name as John Doe, the second clause is continuative. 4. Grammar. (of a verbal form or aspect) […]
[kuh n-tin-yoo-ey-ter] /kənˈtɪn yuˌeɪ tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that continues. /kənˈtɪnjʊˌeɪtə/ noun 1. a person who continues something, esp the work of someone else