Meaning of CATALOGUE in English

CATALOGUE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a library catalogue

Students need to be taught how to use the computerized library catalogue.

back catalogue

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

accompanying

There is an accompanying catalogue by John Betts of Bristol University.

The projects are illustrated in the accompanying catalogue .

Jack Flam has written the accompanying catalogue .

back

Worse, however, is the situation regarding the back catalogue: once initial stock are exhausted the titles frequently disappear for ever.

Five years after they split, they are more influential than ever and their back catalogue is about to be reissued.

Settle down and live off the back catalogue: I don't know, I don't think I'd just stop.

complete

The complete catalogue , usually annual, gives an author and title record of all books in print from the publisher concerned.

La Strada is really the complete catalogue of my entire mythical world...

Next year, the new publishing firm of Charta will be issuing a complete catalogue of the works of Burri.

free

You can also request a free nursery catalogue and find out where the nearest Tomy stockist is in your area.

A free catalogue is available from the above address.

They are certainly listed in the Free Cricklewood components catalogue .

You will receive a free catalogue with your order.

full

In addition there will be full catalogue entries for each exhibit by a team of scholars.

Post the coupon for a full catalogue , a list of appointed stockists and special introductory £10 voucher.

The 180 page full colour catalogue is now available £6.95.

Not to be outdone by the other divisions of Record Holdings, Record Power have brought out a new full colour catalogue .

illustrated

Accompanying the show on all this month and until 11 July is a fully illustrated catalogue with an essay by Judith Goldman.

The fully illustrated catalogue acknowledges the cooperation of Galerie Jan Krugier of Geneva.

There's an illustrated catalogue with essays by Paolo Baldacci and Ronny Cohen.

It includes an illustrated catalogue of more than 700 mainly unpublished artifacts from the site.

Just send two 1st class stamps for illustrated catalogue and price list.

A 300-page illustrated catalogue accompanies the show.

A fully illustrated catalogue of all exhibits is available.

The handsome, lavishly illustrated catalogue costs £19.95 in hardback and £12.95 in paperback.

new

Report letter A report letter containing supplementary information was sent to centres at the same time as the new catalogue .

This sateen suit is by Rosami and available from the new Freemans catalogue at £69.99.

The new Hornes Collective catalogue makes it all so easy.

There's a gift-wrapping service, plus a new mail-order catalogue .

There are hundreds more book bargains in our new catalogue .

Not to be outdone by the other divisions of Record Holdings, Record Power have brought out a new full colour catalogue .

Nine days later I received a replacement booklet, a new Hyperion catalogue and a letter of apology.

online

The online catalogue has exposed obstacles to effective retrieval which library and catalogue users have faced all along in previous manual systems.

The online catalogue was a spin-off which did not stem from any desire to serve the user better.

Almost all of them were familiar with some online catalogue .

■ NOUN

card

This was the prime objective and the closing of the card catalogue was a consequence.

User access to our bibliographic data is currently by means of a card catalogue , with some analytical indexes.

Cards are thus equivalent to entries for books in the main card catalogue . 4.

entry

The catalogue entry claims the picture is the second version that Zoffany painted of the same scene.

Individual works may be studied more carefully for a catalogue entry than ever before.

In addition there will be full catalogue entries for each exhibit by a team of scholars.

So far much hampered by lack of money and staff about 1.5 million catalogue entries have been completed and 2,665,000 photographs produced.

Detailed catalogue entries for each exhibit.

exhibition

Compared with the exhibition catalogue , the book's colour reproductions are very poor.

library

The first section presents a critical review of traditional library catalogue use studies.

It can be seen immediately that, in library terms, the 48K microcomputer could not replace the library catalogue .

Responsible to the Acquisitions Librarian for checking the library catalogue prior to ordering new books. 4.

Limited attention has been paid to the user's input in the context of the library catalogue .

Testing retrieval effectiveness in an operational environment such as a library catalogue proves to be problematic.

raisonné

The promised catalogue raisonné of the entire collection, according to Ralston, is likely to be a third volume.

For the compiler of a Manzoni catalogue raisonné , there are complications.

This catalogue raisonné is an expanded version of the one produced by Germano Celant in 1975.

The catalogue raisonné continues to be a key document for authentication of an artist's work.

It was omitted from the only catalogue raisonné of his work I have seen.

record

Retrospective conversion of earlier catalogue records is under way.

The use of a scheme in centrally or cooperatively produced catalogue records can also be important in establishing its future.

Some 7 million catalogue records of their stock are available, as a potential national database.

■ VERB

contain

This can lead to the mistaken assumption that the catalogue contains nothing relevant.

The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue containing two excellent essays by Rosemary Betterton and Angela McRobbie.

A catalogue containing useful equipment for breeding butterflies is available from Worldwide Butterflies.

The 400 page catalogue from Prestel Verlag contains essays by twenty-five leading archaeologists and ethnographers.

In 1860 £2-10-0 was voted for the purchase of Gaelic books; the catalogue of 1865 contained 25 titles.

include

It includes an illustrated catalogue of more than 700 mainly unpublished artifacts from the site.

Bertelli's text is shorter, but does include a catalogue of the surviving paintings and a chronological table.

There must be many coins not included in that catalogue .

Only a handful of the numerous pamphlets that were published at the time are included in the catalogue .

list

These should be available from most good component suppliers and are certainly listed in the Maplin catalogue .

Keith then lists a catalogue of physical changes which suggest that Go really does represent a special state.

David Graham has listed a catalogue of objections to proposed changes to the Caravan Sites Act.

produce

Rather than produce a catalogue , the Ruskin Programme is publishing a collection of scholarly essays to mark the occasion.

publish

Sutherland published the first catalogue of plants in the physic garden, the Hortus Medicus Edinburgensis, in 1683.

They have also recently published a catalogue of all the safety standards and levels for woodworkers.

write

He wrote for a catalogue , and they sent him back a list of ten titles.

In fact, she has succeeded in assembling a show and writing a companion catalogue both informed by history and informative as well.

Sarah Whitfield has written the catalogue .

Jack Flam has written the accompanying catalogue .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

There is a new catalogue of all the books in the library.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

As said before, there is no complete list of these items, no visual catalogue .

It can be seen immediately that, in library terms, the 48K microcomputer could not replace the library catalogue .

Retrospective conversion of earlier catalogue records is under way.

The fully illustrated catalogue acknowledges the cooperation of Galerie Jan Krugier of Geneva.

The third element in the catalogue of community care problems is that of the provision of services itself.

There's an illustrated catalogue with essays by Paolo Baldacci and Ronny Cohen.

These thinking qualities are retained long after the catalogue of facts, so long over-valued by some teachers, has been forgotten.

II. verb

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

We are still waiting for all the paintings to be identified and catalogued.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Difficulties can be many, at the top of the list being the number of items to be catalogued.

His background has been catalogued on many occasions and trawled by the man himself with the single-mindedness which characterizes all his causes.

LeroiGourhan and his followers have catalogued some 400 of them.

None of these collections was well catalogued or well arranged by present-day standards, and none was accessible to the general public.

They want some one to catalogue the collection.

To catalogue and prepare a major sale will take months.

William glanced down at the list of stock he was cataloguing and sighed.

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