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catalog also: catalogue
American English: /ˈkædlˌɔɡ/
British English: /ˈkat(ə)lɒɡ/

Translation of catalog in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (list, book) mail-order catalog
    catálogo de venta por correo
    a catalog of disasters
    un desastre detrás de otro
    a catalog of complaints
    una retahíla de quejas
    Example sentences
    • The catalogue offered profiles of some social justice NGOs from around the world who had been using Interdoc in the 1980s.
    • This list of the guilty implicated in the events at Pitelinskii district offered a virtual catalogue of recognizable and acceptable enemies of the Soviet state.
    Example sentences
    • Library users can now also access the library catalogue and renew their books on line.
    • Specimen data in the museums are often maintained in a form of catalogs similar to bibliographic catalogues in the libraries.
    • We are hoping to set up a consortium of institute libraries with a standardised catalogue and a strong policy on resource sharing.
    Example sentences
    • Americans buy one-third of their bulbs, based on value of sales, through mail-order catalogues.
    • It was founded in 1990 as a mail-order catalog, the sales from which still account for part of its $3 million in revenues.
    • Most of these good-looking, solid and sculptural vanity units are not cheap, although the high street and mail-order catalogues are catching up with the trend.
    Example sentences
    • Several contributors to the exhibition's catalogue commented on the swing in art-world attention.
    • In keeping with this belief, he never left details such as the design of exhibition announcements and catalogues to the graphic designers usually hired by galleries and museums.
    • This collection is the catalogue of an exhibition held at Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Toronto, Victoria and Winnipeg.
    (American English) (Univ) (folleto informativo de una institución académica)
    Example sentences
    • Both course catalogs and class schedules were obtained from each college in the sample.
    • In other business, the senate approved changes to the next university catalog.
    • The mission of the college is stated as follows in its course catalogue and faculty handbook.

transitive verb

  • 1.1 (list) she cataloged his virtues
    hizo una relación de sus virtudes
    1.2 (classify)

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