transitive verb Etymology: back-formation from tape recording Date: 1950 to make a recording of on magnetic tape

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  • tape-record — tape records, tape recording, tape recorded also tape record VERB If you tape record speech, music, or another kind of sound, you record it on tape, using a tape recorder or a tape deck. [V n] ...a factory worker who allegedly tape recorded two… …   English dictionary

  • tape-record — tape recorder ► NOUN ▪ an apparatus for recording sounds on magnetic tape and afterwards reproducing them. DERIVATIVES tape record verb tape recording noun …   English terms dictionary

  • tape-record — [tāp′ri kôrd΄] vt. to record on magnetic tape …   English World dictionary

  • tape record — verb record with a tape recorder • Derivationally related forms: ↑tape recorder, ↑tape recording • Topics: ↑recording, ↑transcription • Hypernyms: ↑record, ↑tape …   Useful english dictionary

  • tape-record — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ transitive verb Etymology: back formation from tape recording : to make a tape recording of tape record a speech …   Useful english dictionary

  • tape record — see tape record …   English dictionary

  • tape record — tape re.cord v [T] to record sound using a tape recorder …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tape-record — verb To record on magnetic tape. See Also: tape recorded, tape recorder …   Wiktionary

  • tape-record — /tayp ri kawrd /, v.t. to record (speech, music, etc.) on magnetic tape. [1945 50] * * * …   Universalium

  • tape record — verb (T) to record sound using a tape recorder …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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