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catalogue raisonné

[ kat-l-awg rez-uh-ney, -og; French ka-ta-lawgre-zaw-ney ]
/ ˈkæt lˌɔg ˌrɛz əˈneɪ, -ˌɒg; French ka ta lɔg rɛ zɔˈneɪ /
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noun, plural ca·ta·logues rai·son·nés [kat-l-awgz rez-uh-ney, -ogz; French ka-ta-lawgre-zaw-ney]. /ˈkæt lˌɔgz ˌrɛz əˈneɪ, -ˌɒgz; French ka ta lɔg rɛ zɔˈneɪ/.
a catalog, as of paintings or books, with notes or commentary on the items listed; a classified, descriptive catalog.
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Origin of catalogue raisonné

1775–85; <French: literally, reasoned catalog

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British Dictionary definitions for catalogue raisonné

catalogue raisonné
/ French (katalɔɡ rɛzɔne) /

noun
a descriptive catalogue, esp one covering works of art in an exhibition or collection
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