Traducción de classify en Español:


clasificar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈklæsəˌfaɪ//ˈklasɪfʌɪ/

verbo transitivoclassifying, classified, classifies

  • 1

    (data/books) clasificar
    I wouldn't classify him as a comic yo no lo catalogaría como cómico / no lo calificaría de cómico
    • If they do, they are, of course, classified on that basis.
    • Two were classified as level five - the most serious category.
    • Respondents had to correctly identify the brand name or company name in order to be classified as providing a correct response.
    • This may well be intentional since this book has been classified for historical reading.
    • Information categorization is the process by which documents are classified into different categories.
    • Rural areas in India can be broadly classified into three categories.
    • For instance, the search engine's ability to classify information through the use of meta-tags written by a programmer can distance the user from his or her original course.
    • Of the 264 items listed, 228 were classified as symbolic beliefs (the remaining 36 were descriptions of gay men or lesbian women).
    • A successful insurance policy allows individuals to be correctly classified into a risk category.
    • Another of his interests was in classifying information and he made substantial contributions to this in his work in preparing a cumulative index for the first 23 volumes of the Mathematics of Computation.
    • These rates are classified as minimal; however, 14 per 10 000 of these minor events were reported as significant.
    • Many diseases previously classified as Th1 or Th2 dominant fail to meet the set criteria.
    • The Regatta is classified as a category C event.
    • These genes are classified as growth rate regulated genes.
    • For a pothole to be classified as ‘Category One’ it would have to be four inches deep, or be assessed by an expert as being dangerous on other grounds.
    • The detainees are all classified as category A prisoners and spend between 20 and 24 hours a day inside their cells.
    • For an employment category to be classified as specified, there must be a low probability of its members reaching the minimum requisite rank because of its career structure.
    • Overall, 94.9 % of the participants were correctly classified into their respective smoking groups.
    • As shown in the table, all 25 specimens from Dover were correctly classified.
    • A concussion that does result in a loss of consciousness is typically classified as a higher grade, or more severe, concussion.
    • Mothers were thus classified into two distinct groups.
    • In Johannesburg, for example, the jacaranda tree, currently in bloom across the city, is classified as a category three invasive plant.
    • Tumors were classified as high grade when the combined Gleason score was 7 or above and as low grade when the combined score was 6 or below.
    • As a result people coming from countries on the list cannot be classified as asylum seekers because, by definition, none of its citizens can be considered under threat.
    • A table at the end of the book also classifies documents into a number of topical categories.
    • Science is knowledge arranged and classified according to truth, facts, and the general laws of nature.
    • These shares are classified by their back-end or contingent deferred sales charge.
    • The tickets have been classified into nine categories to cater for different sets of target customers.
    • Next to these volumes was a notebook where he keeps a handwritten, detailed catalog of all the items in the collection, classified by writer, title, publisher, and the book's location in his library.
    • He hopes to be classified as a refugee and assigned to a country so he can complete high school and go on to university.
    • If you spot other incorrectly classified books, feel free to relocate them.
    • Smaller chunks of ice without proper names do get classified into categories.
    • For the first time in the five-year history of the Classic, it is being classified as a Category 1 event by the World Professional Darts Council.
    • They found that similar rates of women were classified as low risk (48% in private hospitals and 49% in public).
    • The film has been classified as category III in Hong Kong, meaning it can only be shown to persons aged over 18.
    • These groups are classified into three cultures: those in the interior, the countryside, and the coastal regions.
    • Techniques have been developed to automatically classify documents with respect to their topic.
    • If there is no evidence of bleeding, the error would be classified as a category D.
    • Soils within the park have been classified into 29 types.
    • In order to be classified as sci-fi does a piece have to overtly explain itself in scientific terms?
  • 2

    (designate as secret)
    (document/information) clasificar como secreto
    • There are exceptions to protect the privacy of individuals, but the state's power to classify documents as national-security secrets is strictly limited.
    • And if allowed, they will classify the documents for 100 years.
    • Many of the records are classified top secret, with much of the information withheld from release due to its perceived sensitivity.
    • One source of amusement was the fact that virtually anyone could classify a document, while a high-level review was required to declassify it.
    • Only the president, the premier or cabinet members acting as proxy for either of them can classify a document as ‘top secret.’
    • Unlike the U.S., the USSR classified all hard information on their space program as state secrets.
    • But remember that information is classified for a certain time period.
    • We have learned to our dismay how quick government officials are to classify information, even when it is already in the public domain.
    • What is the essence of balancing the vital interests of the state, society, and individuals in classifying information on arms and military equipment?
    • The United States Government classifies information according to the degree which the unauthorized disclosure would damage national security.
    • The administration's addiction to classifying documents is making an unnecessary casualty of the openness vital to democracy.