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journal

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈdʒɜːnəl/
MAGAZINE a magazine containing articles about a particular subject
журнал
a medical journalNewspapers and magazines
BOOK a book in which you regularly write about what has happened to you
дневник
Official documentsKinds of books
Translations of “journal”
in Korean 학술지…
in Arabic مَجلّة مُتخصّصة…
in French revue, journal…
in Italian bollettino, rivista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雜誌, 雜誌,期刊, 報紙…
in Turkish dergi, günlük…
in Polish czasopismo, dziennik…
in Spanish revista, diario…
in Portuguese revista, boletim…
in German das Journal, das Tagebuch…
in Catalan revista especialitzada…
in Japanese (専門的な)定期刊行物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杂志, 杂志,期刊, 报纸…
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