Translation of chronological in Spanish:


cronológico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌkrɑnəˈlɑdʒək(ə)l/ /krɒnəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/


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    (list/table) cronológico
    in chronological order en / por orden cronológico
    • The chapters, which followed a chronological order, were basically chapters on the history of politics and ideas.
    • The records are lovingly arranged in his home in chronological order.
    • The events are presented in chronological order of occurrence.
    • Nearly 90 paintings and drawings are displayed in 11 rooms, organised thematically within a loosely chronological sequence.
    • The narrative of the exhibition is broadly chronological, overlaid with a thematic approach.
    • Furthermore, a mostly chronological account, while sensible, sometimes works against dramatic storytelling.
    • Here is a rough chronological list of the members of the Dialectical school.
    • Clarke writes briskly, his narrative strictly chronological, starting with Judy's parents and ending with her funeral.
    • Rogers explores the number of different ways Page is thought about through a loosely chronological record of her life.
    • Kala's book is not straight chronological biography.
    • Prior to that date no chronological diary appears to have been written of the decisions (of all kinds, both economic and strictly religious) taken by the Society.
    • The back of the card should contain a chronological listing of the dates the dog came in and the prices charged.
    • It was one of those chronological lists of events in a chart, now known as timelines for some reason to do with management-speak or computers.
    • A chronological resume provides a clearer picture of a person's past achievements, they say.
    • Penberthy's initial decision to put the poems in chronological sequence of composition established a solid reference point, a relatively easy plan to conceive and a very hard one to carry out.
    • McAdams's story proceeds mostly as a chronological narrative of events on the island, from the earliest planning of the facility to its eventual closure at the end of the war.
    • The writer's intention is that, filled with chronological accounts of important events, his work should persist till universal dissolution.
    • Consequently, readers seeking a more traditional chronological narrative of political events might need to look elsewhere.
    • The story is the chronological succession of events that serve as the foundation or the building blocks of the narrative.
    • He provides the reader with a riveting, impartial, and chronological account of events on the ground.
    • How they felt, and coped, and suffered and celebrated is what I always want to know, not just a chronological outline of events.