Consisting of, forming part of, or taking place in a series
Data that comes or is generated in succession; (Computing) data that consists of bits sent singly one after another along the same route, rather than in groups of 8, 16, etc., bits at a time (frequently attributive).
A connector by which a device that sends data one bit at a time may be connected to a computer
A person who commits a series of rapes, typically following a characteristic behaviour pattern.
Rights attaching to the publication or broadcast of a story, drama, etc., in serial form; also occasionally in singular.
A comma used after the penultimate item in a list of three or more items, before ‘and’ or ‘or’ (e.g. an Italian painter, sculptor, and architect)
A person who commits a series of murders, often with no apparent motive and typically following a characteristic, predictable behaviour pattern
An identification number showing the position of a printed or manufactured item in a series
(Each of) a series of successive (typically short-lived) marriages; the action of marrying repeatedly.
= serial killer.
The position an item occupies in a series which is to be learnt and recalled as part of a serial test; frequently attributive.
One of a series of murders, typically having similar characteristics, that are committed by the same person
The practice of engaging in a succession of monogamous sexual relationships
Each of a series of thin sections through tissue cut in successive parallel planes, especially for mounting on microscope slides
A person who has a series of successive, typically short-lived, adulterous affairs.
A type of data interface in which multiple bits are transmitted as a single sequence; contrasted with parallel interface.
An entrepreneur who starts up or runs multiple successive businesses, especially one who moves on as soon as the challenge or thrill of making a venture profitable is over.
The transmission of a story, piece of knowledge, etc., by being passed on repeatedly from one person to another, especially with reference to the alterations made to the original message during such transmission.
Temperatures measured at fixed intervals, originally at successive depths in a body of water (now rare), in later use (chiefly Medicine) at set times.
An international specification for a device to interconnect computers, peripherals, game consoles, etc., using a set of simple plugs, sockets, and lightweight cables; a connector that conforms to this specification; abbreviated USB.