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series

noun /ˈsiəriːz/ ( plural series)
a number of usually similar things done, produced etc one after another
serie
a series of brilliant scientific discoveries Are you watching the television series on Britain’s castles? a series of school textbooks.
serial /-riəl/ adjective of or in a series
en serie, consecutivo
serial numbers on banknotes.
(of a story etc) published or broadcast in parts.
seriado, en capítulos
serial killer noun a person who has murdered several people one after another.
asesino en serie
serialize /-riə-/ verb ( (also serialiseBritish)) to publish or broadcast as a serial
publicar/televisar por entregas
The novel is going to be serialized on TV in the summer.
serialization noun ( (also serialisationBritish))
publicación por entregas
(Definition of series from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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