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continuance

[ kuhn-tin-yoo-uhns ]
/ kənˈtɪn yu əns /
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noun
an act or instance of continuing; continuation: a continuance of war.
a remaining in the same place, condition, etc.
Law. adjournment of a step in a proceeding to a future day.
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Origin of continuance

1325–75; Middle English <Anglo-French; see continue, -ance

OTHER WORDS FROM continuance

non·con·tin·u·ance, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for continuance

continuance
/ (kənˈtɪnjʊəns) /

noun
the act or state of continuing
the duration of an action, condition, etc
US the postponement or adjournment of a legal proceeding
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