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catalografiado

English translation: catalogued

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02:35 Feb 26, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: catalografiado
componentes eléctricos estarán catalograiado(electrical parts)
keith
English translation:catalogued
Explanation:
I don't know about you guys out there but I have never heard cataloguized. Although a search found 2 instances of cataloguized in web sites, no dictionary, American or English, that I checked, has a reference to the word. It might be one of those "funny" words that exists somewhere but does not seem to be in common use. I'd love to hear "another opinion":-))
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Jaime Backal
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Summary of answers provided
naParrot's point is well takenJaime Backal
nagraphically catalogued
Parrot
nacataloguedJaime Backal
nacataloguized
Davorka Grgic


  

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42 mins
cataloguized


Explanation:
...sorted by alphabetic order with or without more background information.

Suerte.

Davorka



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Davorka Grgic
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1 hr
catalogued


Explanation:
I don't know about you guys out there but I have never heard cataloguized. Although a search found 2 instances of cataloguized in web sites, no dictionary, American or English, that I checked, has a reference to the word. It might be one of those "funny" words that exists somewhere but does not seem to be in common use. I'd love to hear "another opinion":-))

Jaime Backal
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4 hrs
graphically catalogued


Explanation:
Assuming there must be a difference between "catalogado" and "catalografiado".

Parrot
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9 hrs
Parrot's point is well taken


Explanation:
Does anyone think that there is a difference in this context? i.e. a catalogue that has graphics or images or photos is still called a catalogue, isn't it? I guess that if you really want to get down to an exact description, I would tip my hat to Parrot and go with his definition.

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