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chronology
American English: /krəˈnɑlədʒi/
British English: /krəˈnɒlədʒi/

Translation of chronology in Spanish:

noun plural -gies

  • 1.1 uncountable (sequence in time)
    Example sentences
    • The interviews are not arranged in order of birth chronology or in any other particular sequence.
    • There are six sections in the anthology that are arranged by genre and chronology.
    • After I told my family and a whole lot of assembled villagers the entire chronology of events the third time over, I excused myself and went indoors.
    1.2 countable (list)
    Example sentences
    • She has provided a detailed commentary on Ray's films and compiled an extensive filmography, added a chronology, and updated the index.
    • The author has added maps, a chronology, subject index, list of further reading and, under an appendix labelled ‘Politics’ a list of heads of state and governments since 1918.
    • All have been carefully edited with helpful introductions, notes, reading lists and useful chronologies.

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