Translation of chronology in Spanish:

chronology

cronología, n.

Pronunciation /krəˈnɑlədʒi//krəˈnɒlədʒi/

noun

  • 1

    (sequence in time)
    cronología feminine
    • Further, it can be pointed out that he had no sense of chronology or sequence of time while writing the chapter.
    • The 2001 recession will be the first in history whose causes and chronology were debated even before the downturn began.
    • Because I ranged widely in my travels, it made sense, as Janet suggested, to organize the book by chronology, as well as by locale, with themes woven throughout for continuity.
    • Again, this event intersected the larger chronology in a finely tuned set of near coincidences.
    • The single column format - much like the weblog format - highlights chronology, promotes the idea that the material is novel, cutting-edge, breaking news.
    • The book follows a calendrical sequence, each poem dated and grouped by month, so that the events of a hundred years follow a seasonal ebb and flow, not chronology.
    • Certainly in this movie there's a lot of skewed structure and chronology, but to me I came about it organically, I think; I think it makes sense in the telling of the story.
    • A relatively clear chronology has been established for a significant portion of his oeuvre.
    • The chronology of events leading up to the trial is important.
    • It is in fact exceedingly hard to establish the chronology of these developments in rulership and government.
    • There are six sections in the anthology that are arranged by genre and chronology.
    • All his novels take liberties with actual historical events and chronology but ‘the wider epoch is basically recorded in the spirit of the times and in the mood generally’.
    • Those letters need to be looked at in the context of the particular chronology of events.
    • The following are my findings regarding the relevant chronology of events.
    • The chronology of historic mining operations in Tennessee caves is problematic.
    • Similar developments in European politics owed much to a broadly shared chronology caused by events on a continental or global scale.
    • The interviews are not arranged in order of birth chronology or in any other particular sequence.
    • In the early chapters, the book follows a historical chronology rather than a natural one, focusing on how interpretations have changed with subsequent discoveries.
    • After I told my family and a whole lot of assembled villagers the entire chronology of events the third time over, I excused myself and went indoors.
    • Most readers will probably be satisfied to peruse only the first and last chapters, those dealing with the history and chronology of the fires and the conclusions drawn.
  • 2

    (list)
    cronología feminine
    • This comprehensive chronology covers the events shaping Bill Clinton's journey from Little Rock to the Oval Office and during the eight years of his Presidency.
    • She has provided a detailed commentary on Ray's films and compiled an extensive filmography, added a chronology, and updated the index.
    • It contains a wonderful chronology and a complete bibliography, and it is fun to read.
    • Perhaps if I can hand up to your Honour a chronology that I prepared in the matter and also an amended draft order nisi.
    • All four volumes have new introductions along with the full complement of notes, lists for further reading, appendices and chronologies that we have come to expect in this venerable series.
    • There is a detailed chronology and an excellent index.
    • Finally there is a selection of criticism from Chesterton to the editor herself followed by a chronology and selected bibliography.
    • It has a comprehensive bibliography, index and a chronology of the period.
    • This chronology of events is well researched and laced with chilling quotes from these ‘freedom fighters’ and their leaders.
    • In addition, there is a very extensive bibliography, a chronology, a glossary, and a list of acronyms.
    • All have been carefully edited with helpful introductions, notes, reading lists and useful chronologies.
    • Included in both the Ford and Cukor volumes are a chronology, a filmography, an index, and a photo gallery.
    • A chronology of major events (broken down by year, and not further by month or date) and a subject guide follow the introduction.
    • There is also a detailed chronology, family trees, maps and a list of contents.
    • Both volumes contain a list of Gould's major published works, a brief chronology of Gould's life, and notes on the correspondence to facilitate the use of the books.
    • Each box includes a chronology of cultural and historical events to set the composer's life in context.
    • The author has added maps, a chronology, subject index, list of further reading and, under an appendix labelled ‘Politics’ a list of heads of state and governments since 1918.
    • The book also has a very useful chronology of events from 1947 to this year.
    • Less experienced analysts may wish to use written lists, chronologies, timelines, spreadsheets, and matrices to assist in their thinking.
    • There is also a useful chronology and bibliography.