Definition of serialize in English:

serialize

Syllabification: se·ri·al·ize
Pronunciation: /ˈsi(ə)rēəˌlīz
 
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verb

[with object]
  • 1Publish or broadcast (a story or play) in regular installments: sections of the book were serialized in The New Yorker
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    • The result was essentially a Saturday story serialized over three days that took readers into Earls's struggle.
    • Also, the book was originally published serialised in a magazine.
    • When the manuscript of Silent Spring was serialized in The New Yorker in June 1962, Carson was demonized.
  • 2Arrange (something) in a series.
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    • I thought you did an incredible job of serializing the classes.
    • Something more along the lines of an instant messaging chat room session, where the alternating blog entries are serialized, would be better.
    • If the threads are inherently serialized, however, the improved cache hit rate may be worth it.
  • 2.1 Music Compose according to the techniques of serialism.

Derivatives

serialization

Pronunciation: /ˌsi(ə)rēələˈzāSHən/
noun
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  • That novel was popularized further through a television serialization in 1990.
  • They frequently published pirated serialisations of Dickens's novels, garnering extra sales for their papers without paying him a cent.
  • In two serialisations, thousands of words of reportage and endless interviews, its author succeeded in guaranteeing that once it reached the bookstands, his book would be a blockbuster.

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