- v.为…编目录( catalogue的过去式和过去分词 ); 登记分类; 记载; 登记（某人、某事等的详情）;
He had maybe a thousand tapes, all neatly labelled and catalogued.
The librarians catalogued the new books.
The new books are being catalogued.
Birds are catalogued under natural history.
The comings and goings of his girlfriends were inevitably well catalogued by the press.
They have catalogued any and every book in the library.
This vague dialog of fatigue has been catalogued with its analogues.
Many rare plants have not yet been catalogued.
He catalogued all the insects in his collection.
The librarian catalogued the new books.
In museums and archives the collection of objects or material is catalogued in a collection catalogue.
This set cannot be catalogued because the media containing the catalog data is missing.
Materials must be catalogued and accessible via HKALL, and must have bar codes.
1. entered in a catalogue