Translation of categorize in Spanish:


clasificar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkædəɡəˌraɪz/ /ˈkatəɡərʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    (things) clasificar
    (people) catalogar
    (people) calificar
    Philosophy categorizar
    how would you categorize his music? ¿cómo catalogaría su música?
    • Freight was categorised into seven classes, which were analysed using several variables.
    • He was found in possession of crack cocaine, which is categorized as a class A drug.
    • Students are now categorised by class as rigorously as nobles at the court of Louis XIV.
    • The Muslims in India are categorized into two distinct classes based on their origins.
    • It helps us sort through and categorize our mail, ensuring your suggestion isn't lost in the shuffle.
    • I decided that I need to categorise it in order to try to understand.
    • Everything is ranked, classed and categorised for easy digestion in a vain attempt to bring forth order from chaos.
    • These children from various pockets of the State have been categorised into seven groups.
    • LSI goes the other way round and first focuses on knowing and analyzing a document exhaustively before indexing or categorizing it.
    • We often make sense of other people by categorizing them into labels and boxes that we ourselves feel comfortable with.
    • Instead, Rolls lists and categorizes foods by their energy density.
    • The list is categorized and is a great reference when you are looking for help!
    • I forgot to mention in the last newsletter that I also use folders to categorize my files as well.
    • There are numerous ways to classify and categorize pain responses in people.
    • Several classifications are used to categorize individual apple trees.
    • One activity sheet requires a group of parents to categorise a list of sex words into polite, neutral, clinical and rude/offensive.
    • Feist falls into the ‘credible easy listening’ pigeonhole, if you must insist on categorising her music.
    • I can categorise the items on the list, which is good.
    • I notice that the Guardian's weekly listings guide now categorises Islington cinemas under ‘Central London’.
    • The DPRK formally categorizes its citizens into 51 classes.