English translation of 'serie'
invariable feminine noun
tutta una serie di problemi
- (di numeri)
- (di chiavi)
a whole string o series of problemsuna serie di furti
a series of robberies
≈ first/second division(football)
≈ Premier League (England),
≈ Premier Division (Scotland)(figurative)
produzione in serie
mass productionprodurre in serie
to mass-producemodello di serie/fuori serie (automobiles)
(ˈsɛrjo)ria ri rie
è una ditta seria
- (persona, conversazione)
- (persona, ditta, affidabile)
it's a reliable firmè una faccenda seria
it's a serious matterrestare serio
to keep a straight facesii serio!
be serious!aveva una faccia seria
he looked seriousè una ragazza seria (per bene)
she's a respectable girl
in earnestsul serio ti ha invitato?
did he really invite you?sul serio vuoi andarci?
do you really want to go?non facevo sul serio or non dicevo sul serio
I wasn't being seriousfaccio sul serio
I mean itprendere qn/qc sul serio
to take sb/sth seriouslyprende lo studio molto sul serio
he takes his schoolwork very seriously
'serie' in Other Languages
British English: series /ˈsɪəriːz; -rɪz/ NOUN
A series of things or events is a number of them that come one after the other.
There will be a series of meetings with political leaders.
- American English: series
- Arabic: مُتَتَالِيَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: série
- Chinese: 系列
- Croatian: serija
- Czech: řada
- Danish: serie
- Dutch: reeks
- European Spanish: serie
- Finnish: sarja
- French: série
- German: Serie Anreihung
- Greek: σειρά
- Italian: serie
- Japanese: ひと続き
- Korean: 일련
- Norwegian: serie
- Polish: szereg
- European Portuguese: série
- Romanian: serie
- Russian: серия
- Spanish: serie
- Swedish: serie
- Thai: สิ่งที่ต่อเนื่องกัน
- Turkish: dizi
- Ukrainian: серія
- Vietnamese: chuỗi
Translation of serie from the Collins Italian to English
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