Meaning of bibliographer in English:


Pronunciation /bɪblɪˈɒɡrəfə/

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‘The descriptive bibliographer will, typically, describe the title page of a book or a musical edition, including such elements as printed borders and other decorative devices, typography, and content.’
  • ‘He was a very scholarly bibliographer, with a remarkable flair for collecting valuable first editions; when really desperate he would sell some of these to stave off poverty.’
  • ‘Collection development librarians and bibliographers work with departmental faculty in order to assure that collections reflect institutional research and teaching priorities.’
  • ‘There were complaints from libraries and bibliographers that the Bulletin's full title was too clumsy.’
  • ‘An awesome academic and bibliographer in the social sciences, he was also a palpable influence in my becoming a librarian.’