Identifier in spanish


pronunciation: identifikɑdoʊɹ̩ part of speech: noun
In gestures

identifier = identificador. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que acaban con esta terminación]

Example: The identifier for each set of cataloguing rules or standard is preceded by a semi-colon.


» document identifier = identificador del documento. [Nombre utilizado como descriptor]

Example: An 'item record file' is a file in which records are serially ordered by document identifier or number.

» DOI (Digital Object Identifier) = DOI (Identificador de Objeto Digital). [En Internet, número de identificación de todo elemento digital, equivalente al ISBN o ISSN]

Example: The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is a unique identifier (similar to an ISBN or ISSN), which will allow access to electronic documents -- even when their URL changes.

» record identifier = identificador de registro.

Example: The directory, record identifier, reserved fields and bibliographic fields are terminated by the field separator.

» SICI (Serials Item and Contribution Identifier) = SICI (Identificador de Contribución y Número de Publicación Seriada).

Example: The acronym SICI stands for Serials Item and Contribution Identifier.

» subfield identifier = identificador de subcampo. [Uno o más caracteres que precede e identifica un subcampo]

Example: The subfield identifier consists of one or more characters immediately preceding and identifying a subfield.

» URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) = URI (Identificador Uniforme de Recursos).

Example: This article discusses the history and purposes of Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) as well as the role identifiers will play in the deployment of online serials.
Follow us