Translation of ex-directory in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ɛksdəˈrɛktəri//ˌɛksdʌɪˈrɛkt(ə)ri/


  • 1British

    que no figura en la guía telefónica
    privado Mexico
    she went ex-directory pidió que su número no figurara en la guía
    • Even BT managed to add to our problems by making our telephone number ex-directory.
    • Eircom were also criticised for proposing to disclose some details of its ex-directory subscribers to other telecom companies.
    • Well, I have had my phone number changed and I am ex-directory but I am not convinced that certain people might not have connections with BT, so I am not going to say anything.
    • We've always been very careful about keeping our home telephone number ex-directory.
    • I tried telephone enquiries, to be told that the number was ex-directory.
    • Also, many people choose to be ex-directory - that is, they have taken action for their telephone numbers not to appear in a telephone directory.
    • Bowen said Californians are very privacy conscious, as borne out by the fact that half the people in the state had ex-directory telephone numbers to shield them from telemarketers, another bane of daily life.
    • You discover your mother and father have changed their telephone number and have gone ex-directory.
    • As Mike himself points out, if Mr Horgan has chosen not to go ex-directory, even though he's the director of a number of companies, then he is asking for trouble.
    • No phone number is listed and if there is one, it is ex-directory.
    • You can't get any station as they are all ex-directory but I was put through to an Arriva number with no answer.
    • First, I was surprised to learn that all Aldi store telephone numbers are ex-directory and amazed at the comment from the regional office.
    • Free directory enquiries on the same site gives you the home phone number of any of those people not ex-directory.
    • As I discover when I try to get hold of him before our interview, his production company is ex-directory.
    • The increasing number of private households who prefer to go ex-directory poses further problems for outbound telemarketing.
    • I'm ex-directory so I don't know how these people got hold of my address.
    • The telephone number of the pub has also been changed and is now ex-directory.
    • The only answer they receive from me is the question, ‘Where did you get this ex-directory number?’
    • Being ex-directory and registered with the Telephone Preference Service, I rarely have to deal with annoying sales calls.
    • I have suffered death threats and I have even had to move my family to a new home and go ex-directory because I was afraid for their lives.