Translation of encyclopedia in Spanish:


enciclopedia, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˌsaɪkləˈpidiə/ /ɛnˌsaɪkləˈpidiə/ /ɛnˌsʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈpiːdɪə/ /ɪnˌsʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈpiːdɪə/

See Spanish definition of enciclopedia


(British encyclopaedia)
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    enciclopedia feminine
    a walking encyclopedia una enciclopedia ambulante humorous
    • If you are unable to find a biography, check an encyclopedia or reference book at your library.
    • Some of my favorite books are old, gorgeously illustrated encyclopedias and atlases.
    • The wooden headboard held many books including, the Bible, a dictionary, encyclopedias, books, songs, and poems she had written.
    • In addition to leveling churches, houses, and graveyards, ethnic cleansers burn books, encyclopedias, and dictionaries.
    • There were also some dictionaries, encyclopedias and travel books, so I could say that their library was complete.
    • There were lots of bookshelves filled with books, encyclopedias and dictionaries.
    • On the internet, there are vast chunks of information in online encyclopaedias and digital directories, all of which can be instantly updated.
    • It stocks a vast selection of books and magazines going far beyond the expected reference books and encyclopaedias.
    • I am looking at encyclopaedias and reference books to decide what I am best at.
    • ‘Most textbooks belong in the reference category along with encyclopedias, dictionaries, and thesauruses’.
    • The major e-library sites will offer on-line reference tools like encyclopedias and dictionaries along with thousands of books and journal articles.
    • Besides the standard dictionaries, encyclopedias and almanacs, I have shelf upon shelf of volumes that perhaps even a professional librarian wouldn't recognise as reference books.
    • She has long been considered the authority on Walker's life and has been a contributor to books, encyclopedias and articles about Walker.
    • Students can also access electronic multimedia encyclopedias, library references, and online publications.
    • Exploring encyclopedias and resource books in both languages can enhance children's construction of new concepts.
    • Well we learned how to use encyclopedias and almanacs and handbooks.
    • Her citations, however, include only an encyclopedia and four books on Africa.
    • The bulk of the book is an encyclopedia covering 700 species of ferns found in cultivation.
    • This book is an encyclopedia of common sewing techniques from Appliqué to Zippers.
    • The book resembles an encyclopedia, with 3,000 recipes from five other countries in addition to Italy.