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series noun

1 number of things that come one after another

ADJ. whole He is in hospital for a whole series of tests. | endless, long | complex a complex series of events | continuous | concert, lecture, test (in cricket) Australia won the test series against England.

PREP. in a/the ~ The quartet will be performing in a series of lunchtime concerts. | ~ of

PHRASES the first/last, etc. of a/the series, the first/latest, etc. in a series

2 programmes on radio/television

ADJ. radio, television/TV | comedy, crime, documentary, drama

QUANT. part

PREP. in a/the ~ She has a small part in a drama series for radio. | ~ about/on We watched the final part of a series on famous gardens.