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biography

noun   /baɪˈɒɡ·rə·fi/ ( plural biographies)
B1 the story of a person’s life written by another person biografía
(Definition of biography from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

biography

noun /baiˈoɡrəfi/ ( plural biographies)
a written account by someone of another person’s life biografía a biography of Admiral Nelson.
biographer noun
biógrafo James Boswell is best known as Samuel Johnson’s biographer.
biographical /-ˈɡrӕ-/ adjective
biográfico biographical research.
(Definition of biography from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “biography”
in Korean 전기…
in Arabic سيرَة (قِصّة حّياة شَخْص ما)…
in Malaysian biografi…
in French biographie…
in Russian биография…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傳記…
in Italian biografia…
in Turkish yaşam öyküsü, biyografi…
in Polish biografia…
in Vietnamese tiểu sử…
in Portuguese biografia…
in Thai อัตชีวประวัติ…
in German die Biographie…
in Catalan biografia…
in Japanese 伝記…
in Chinese (Simplified) 传记…
in Indonesian biografi…
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