Translation of serial in Spanish:
- 1.1 (in series) consecutivoExample sentences1.2 (in episodes) [thriller] seriado, en capítulos published in serial form publicado por entregas 1.3 [Computing/Informática] [input/access/interface] en serie serial printer impresora (feminine) serial or en serie
- The journal begins serial publication this spring.
- Primary outputs are defined as publications in the serial peer reviewed literature, while the secondary outputs are taken to be evidence based clinical guidelines.
- It does not hold annual meetings or sponsor a serial publication.
- The controller can concurrently perform the data transfer to and/or from the parallel and serial devices.
- It is even possible to add servers with a click of a mouse while supporting BIOS-level control of almost any number of servers or serial devices.
- You will see a list of serial devices; note that some will be built-in on your motherboard.
- A serial processor executes each iteration through the loop, doing all the work.
- Besides, all neural networks at the moment are simulations that are written in software of an essentially serial nature which runs on serial processors.
- If it won't run on serial processors, then where is the parallel machine that it will run on?
- 1.1 [Radio] [Television/Televisión] serie (feminine), serial (masculine) or (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) serial (feminine) 1.2 [Printing/Imprenta] it was published as a serial se publicó por entregas
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