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Translation of "series" - English-Spanish dictionary

series

noun   /ˈsɪə·riːz/ ( plural series)
B1 a group of television or radio programmes that have the same main characters or deal with the same subject serie ‘Friends’ is my favourite series.
many things or events of the same type that come one after the other serie a series of lectures
a set of books published by the same company that deal with the same subject colección de libros They do a series on architecture throughout the ages.
(Definition of series from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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