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Translation of "classify" - English-Spanish dictionary

classify

verb   /ˈklæs·ɪ·faɪ/
to put people or things into groups by their type, size, etc. clasificar A third of the population has been classified as poor. The books are classified by subject.
(Definition of classify from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

classify

verb /ˈklӕsifai/ ( past participle classified)
to put into, or be in, a particular class or group clasificar How are the books in the library classified?
classification /-fi-/ noun
clasificación the classification of animals into separate species.
classified adjective
officially secret secreto, confidencial classified information.
classified ad noun
a small advertisement that people put in a newspaper when they want to buy or sell something, offer or find a job etc ; want ad(American) anuncios por palabras I’ve been looking in the classified ads for a secondhand car.
(Definition of classify from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “classify”
in Korean 분류하다…
in Arabic يُصنّف…
in Malaysian dikelaskan…
in French classer…
in Russian классифицировать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 將…分類,將…歸類, 把…分級…
in Italian classificare…
in Turkish sınıflandırmak, ayırmak, tasnif etmek…
in Polish klasyfikować…
in Vietnamese phân loại…
in Portuguese classificar…
in Thai จัดกลุ่ม…
in German einteilen…
in Catalan classificar…
in Japanese ~を分類する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 将…分类,将…归类, 把…分级…
in Indonesian menggabungkan…
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