The word seriaste is the preterite form of seriar in the second person singular. See the full seriar conjugation.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to order in series)
a. to arrange in series
Le dije al becario que seriara las publicaciones de la hemeroteca.I told the intern to arrange in series the publications of the newspaper library.
2. (radio and television)
a. to serialize
La emisora de radio serió las peripecias de la familia Soriano en su viaje por el mundo.The radio station serialized the adventures of the Soriano family as they traveled around the world.
b. to make into a series
Cuando el programa piloto se convirtió en un éxito, la cadena decidió seriarlo.After the pilot became a success, the network decided to make it into a series.
3. (to make in series)
a. to mass-produce
¿Por qué los muebles de aquí son más baratos? - Porque los serian, y la calidad del material tampoco es la mejor.Why is the furniture here cheaper? - Because they're mass-produced, and the quality of the material isn't the best.
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transitive verb
1 (poner en serie) to arrange in series; arrange serially
2 (TV) (Rad) to make a serial of; serialize
3 (producir) to mass-produce
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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