Definition of bibliographic in English:

bibliographic

(also bibliographical)

adjective

  • Relating to bibliography.

    ‘researchers can now search the bibliographic records’
    ‘detailed bibliographical references’
    • ‘There is a bibliographic essay at the end of the volume for more details on the broad patterns described in each chapter.’
    • ‘With daily updating, it is the most current indexed bibliographic database in biomedicine available today.’
    • ‘We also use bibliographic indexes on CD.’
    • ‘These partnerships provide access from bibliographic searches to full-text journals for mutual subscribers.’
    • ‘Errors in the romanization of Chinese sometimes make bibliographic information useless.’
    • ‘The authors' introduction provides an exceptionally full account of the bibliographical methodology used in the volume.’
    • ‘We need to add 950 bibliographic records to the online catalog.’
    • ‘The suffix "ana" is often used for collected items of information, especially anecdotal or bibliographical.’
    • ‘The entries contain very exhaustive bibliographical material.’
    • ‘He is known for his brilliant bibliographical studies of watermarks in paper used by Mozart.’

Pronunciation

bibliographic

/ˌbɪblɪəˈɡrafɪk/