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trilogy

noun [C]     /ˈtrɪlədʒi/
a series of three books, plays, etc with the same characters or subjectTypes of film, play, book etc.Kinds of books
Translations of “trilogy”
in Spanish trilogía…
in Vietnamese tác phẩm bộ ba…
in Thai การแสดงสามตอนต่อกัน…
in Malaysian trilogi…
in French trilogie…
in German die Trilogie…
in Indonesian trilogi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (书或戏剧的)三部曲…
in Turkish üçlü yapıt/eser…
in Russian трилогия…
in Chinese (Traditional) (書或戲劇的)三部曲…
in Polish trylogia…
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