Translation of diary in Spanish:

diary

Pronunciation: /ˈdaɪəri/

noun/nombre (plural -ries)

  • 1 1.1 (personal record) diario (masculine) to keep o write a diary llevar or escribir* un diario
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    • In either case, keep a diary or other written record of events.
    • All participants completed a stress scale questionnaire and kept a daily food diary.
    • Throughout the study, participants kept a daily symptom diary and completed a quality-of-life questionnaire.
    1.2 (British English/inglés británico) [Journalism/Periodismo] [ columna que comenta sucesos de actualidad ]
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    • The next day he'd even got the story in some of the newspaper diaries.
    • Balance is important; no newspaper is exclusively politics or celebrity gossip, so the diary cannot be that way either.
    • Yet in the news pages, entertainment columns and social diaries of the same publications, the celebrity cycle continues to turn.
  • 2 (book for appointments) agenda (feminine) desk/pocket diary agenda (feminine) de escritorio/bolsillo let me check in my diary déjame consultar mi agenda
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    • You should not be foolish enough to venture on to the British rail network with anything like a scheduled appointment in your diary.
    • You got an alphabetised phone and address book, an appointments diary and a basic notepad so you could jot down short text pieces.
    • Like most people I used to keep a personal diary for appointments etc in the form of something called paper.

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