Translation of journal in Spanish:


revista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒərnl/ /ˈdʒəːn(ə)l/


  • 1

    (periodical) revista feminine
    (periodical) publicación feminine
    (newspaper) periódico masculine
    • Shane Rhodes has published poetry, essays and reviews in magazines, journals and newspapers across Canada.
    • Craft spends her professional hours surrounded by thousands of academic journals, magazines and newspapers.
    • She reads novels, newspapers, medical journals and science periodicals, and as a writing instructor, she reads teaching books.
    • She has also published in journalism magazines and academic journals.
    • Medical journals, newspapers, and popular magazines brim with reports about the adverse effects of obesity.
    • That's one of the advantages of publishing your studies in newspapers instead of medical journals.
    • Edwards approached all the leading liberal newspapers and journals with a copy of the transcript.
    • In common with many other German newspapers, the weekly journal originally had criticised and rejected the American war plans.
    • Any journal dealing with biological subjects will inevitably include discussions of issues related to evolution.
    • An article in a newspaper or professional journal may suggest an issue for research.
    • Wilson has written many articles for magazines and medical journals.
    • Trade union journals, newspapers, and journalists are an important part of Australian political and cultural history.
    • Her work was published in newspapers and journals as well as her books.
    • The exhibition drew more than forty-one thousand people and was reviewed in newspapers and journals across the country.
    • Many of the Army's professional journals have ceased publication and more are fading away.
    • This advice is totally inappropriate for publication in a professional journal.
    • Her poetry has been published in variety of journals, magazines and anthologies.
    • Our military journals and newspapers could make an important contribution here.
    • They are commonly published in the popular press and magazines, specialist journals, and the internet.
    • Television, newspapers, magazines, and journals all carried their visions for the future.
  • 2

    • 2.1formal (diary)

      diario masculine
      to keep a journal llevar un diario
      • Some people call them journals, or diaries, but to Dylan, they were neither.
      • It's a journal, a diary, an online record of your likes, your loathes, your jokes and your photos.
      • Interpreting a person's life from journals left behind is a dangerously misguided exercise.
      • During World War Two, military personnel were strictly forbidden to keep journals or diaries.
      • My personal journals, the ones that contain the stuff that doesn't appear on here, go through months of being untouched and not-updated.
      • He kept personal journals in precise Arabic script behind false panels in the ceiling of his library.
      • I flipped through the journal, but the rest of the pages were blank.
      • Vicki sighed and traced his phone number in her journal with her mechanical pencil.
      • I've kept a book, a little journal, every year since my husband and I married, since 1977.
      • I'm trying to make sense of what appears at first sight to be the decline of the online journal.
      • I picked it up to see what I had hit, and to my surprise, it was Cam's journal.
      • Warren glanced down to the journal which was resting on the floor from when he had thrown it.
      • I want to talk a little more about the journal since that's the occasion for this conversation.
      • I was probably now just a little page in her journal of boyfriends.
      • The journal is a little treasure chest of data about your data.
      • Having completed this last morsel, I occupied myself for a little with my journal.
      • It contains books, journals, little cards and bookmarks.
      • Put your goals on paper and keep a running journal.
      • Then I wrote in my journal for a little bit, using entire pages to write angry ramblings and cuss words in huge, bold print.
      • He closed his journal and put it with the rest of his books.

    • 2.2Politics Law

      actas feminine
      • Otherwise, I do not know how the Journals of the House would record it.

    • 2.3Nautical

      diario de navegación masculine
      • Phelps, who first went to sea as a cabin boy in 1816, worked from original journals and logbooks now mostly lost.
      • Logbooks and journals reveal that in the nineteenth century it was common practice for Royal Navy vessels to pick up a complement of Kru sailors, or Kroomen, upon reaching the African coast.
      • The third, a naval journal or logbook from 1853-1854, reveals clashes with pirates in the Far East at the height of British imperial power.

  • 3

    libro diario masculine
    • This is not a formal accounting journal with debits and credits.
    • Accounting organizes information in the form of documents, journals, ledgers, and reports.