Translation of classified in Spanish:

classified

Pronunciation: /ˈklæsəfaɪd; ˈklæsɪfaɪd/

adj

  • 1.1 (categorized) clasificado classified advertisement anuncio (m) por palabras, aviso (m) clasificado (AmL) classified advertising publicidad (f) clasificada (en periódico)
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    • Robert Teesdale, head gardener for Lord Carlisle at Castle Howard, compiled a classified catalogue of 197 rare plants in 1794.
    • They admitted a ‘technical glitch’ caused two North Yorkshire towns to be missed out of the new classified section of the phone book.
    • It appears that at least two classified books were used in this system.
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    • He bought all the motorbike magazines and newspapers with classified ads and invited private sellers to display their bikes in his shops.
    • Pointing out that the newspaper carries 4,000 classified advertisements every day, he said the massage section was probably the smallest part.
    • Take along your unwanted goods and sell them for instant cash, which beats selling via the classified adverts in newspapers, car boot sales or over the Internet.
    1.2 (secret) [data/records/information] secreto, confidencial
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    • It is very serious if they were collecting and disseminating cheap political dirt from a classified document labeled ‘secret.’
    • Think about a powerful government official leaking sensitive classified information to the press solely to discredit a critic of the government's policy.
    • I should mention here that merely having a certain level of Security Clearance does not mean one is authorized to view classified information.

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