arranged or occurring in a series
Origin of seriateMedieval Latin seriatus, past participle of seriare, to arrange in a series
Arranged or occurring in a series or in rows.
(third-person singular simple present seriates, present participle seriating, simple past and past participle seriated)
- To arrange in serial order.
(comparative more seriate, superlative most seriate)
- Arranged in serial order.
series +"Ž -ate