مسلسل

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the passive participle of سَلْسَلَ ‎(salsala, to chain together), from the reduplicated root س ل س ل ‎(s-l-s-l).

Adjective[edit]

مُسَلْسَل ‎(musalsal) ‎(feminine مُسَلْسَلَة ‎(musalsala), masculine plural مُسَلْسَلُون ‎(musalsalūn))

  1. enchained, connected
  2. in unbroken succession
  3. striped

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Noun[edit]

مُسَلْسَل ‎(musalsalm ‎(plural مُسَلْسَلَات ‎(musalsalāt))

  1. series (on television, radio, etc.)

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Persian[edit]

Noun[edit]

مسلسل ‎(mosalsal)

  1. machine gun