Definition of parter in English:

parter

Syllabification: part·er
Pronunciation: /ˈpärdər
 
/

noun

[in combination]
A broadcast or published work with a specified number of parts: the first in a six-parter
More example sentences
  • I thought the 'Year in Hell' two parter was pretty good.
  • Brilliant, and the recently finished two parter was as creepy as anything on TV and definitely king of the pile.
  • Next summer, HBO will air the 10-parter Band of Brothers, based on Stephen Ambrose's non-fiction bestseller about a World War II U.S. Army unit.

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