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series

Pronunciation: /ˈsɪriːz; ˈsɪəriːz/

Translation of series in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural series)

  • 1.1 (succession) serie (feminine), sucesión (feminine) she made a series of mistakes cometió una serie or una sucesión de errores arithmetical/geometrical series serie aritmética/geométrica
    Example sentences
    • The event featured a series of panel discussions related to issues of media.
    • The leaders of various intelligence agencies worry about a series of high-profile events this summer.
    • You might have planned out a whole series of attacks, but one inopportune roll and your turn is over.
    1.2 (set, group) a TV/radio series una serie or un serial or (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) una serial de televisión/radio a series of concerts/lectures un ciclo or un programa de conciertos/conferencias a series of coins/stamps una serie de monedas/sellos 1.3 (in baseball, cricket) serie (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Once a playoff series commences, each game played is subjected to even closer scrutiny.
    • Each of those teams has a starter who is capable of winning two games in a playoff series.
    • Somewhere that doesn't convince us that will help the team win a playoff series.
    1.4 [Electricity/Electricidad] in series en serie
    Example sentences
    • In a series circuit with two or more bulbs, which bulb lights first when the circuit is closed?
    • A series resistor and parallel cap were not as effective as a series inductor and the cap.

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Radio broadcasting in Spain began in the 1920s. The state-run Radio Nacional de España (RNE) was established during the Civil War. There are many private radio stations and they compete fiercely. Radio personalities are paid huge salaries, out of which they employ the staff for their programs.