catalog
Noun

catalog (plural catalogs)

  1. A book printed and distributed periodically by a department store or mail-order retail company containing pictures and descriptions of merchandise offered for sale, as well as an order form for ordering such merchandise by mail.
  2. A book printed periodically by a college, university, or other institution that gives a definitive description of the institution, its history, courses and degrees offered, etc.
  3. (music) A complete list of a recording artist's or a composer's songs.
  4. (American spelling, Canadian spelling) Alternative form of catalogue#English|catalogue
Verb

catalog (catalogs, present participle cataloging; past and past participle cataloged)

  1. Alternative spelling of catalogue



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