- concanavalin a,
- concato's disease,
- concave lens,
Origin of concatenation
Examples from the Web for concatenation
From there, the concatenation of escalation led to Israel's preemptive attack.
Values, concatenation of, 313-14;simultaneous rise or fall of, 8.The Value of Money|Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
If the world had come to an end in consequence of such a concatenation, I think she would hardly have been surprised.Duffels|Edward Eggleston
The absence of it is mainly due to a concatenation of inabilities on the part of the writers.The English Novel|George Saintsbury
c.1600, from Late Latin concatenationem (nominative concatenatio) "a linking together," noun of action from past participle stem of concatenare "to link together," from com- "together" (see com-) + catenare, from catena "a chain" (see chain (n.)).