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  • 41record — recordable, adj. recordless, adj. v. /ri kawrd /; n., adj. /rek euhrd/, v.t. 1. to set down in writing or the like, as for the purpose of preserving evidence. 2. to cause to be set down or registered: to record one s vote. 3. to state or indicate …

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  • 42record — n. & v. n. 1 a a piece of evidence or information constituting an (esp. official) account of something that has occurred, been said, etc. b a document preserving this. 2 the state of being set down or preserved in writing or some other permanent… …

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  • 43Record — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Record », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Le mot record est employé : en français… …

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  • 44record — 1. noun 1) written records of the past Syn: account(s), document(s), documentation, data, file(s), dossier(s), evidence, report(s); annal(s), archive(s), chronicle(s); minutes, transactions, proceedings, transcript(s); certificate(s) …

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  • 45record*/*/*/ — [ˈrekɔːd] noun I 1) [C] information that is kept about something that has happened medical/historical records[/ex] Try to keep a record of everything you eat this week.[/ex] This summer has been the hottest on record (= hotter than ever… …

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  • 46record — noun / rekɔ:d/ 1. a report of something which has happened ● The chairman signed the minutes as a true record of the last meeting. ● He has a very poor timekeeping record. ♦ for the record or to keep the record straight in order that everyone… …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 47récord — (Del ingl. record.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 DEPORTES Marca máxima obtenida en una competición deportiva: ■ ha batido el récord de los cien metros lisos; ostenta el récord mundial desde hace cuatro años. 2 Cualquier hecho o resultado que supera a …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 48record — verb (t) /rəˈkɔd / (say ruh kawd) 1. to set down in writing or the like, as for the purpose of preserving evidence. 2. to cause to be set down or registered: to record one s vote. 3. to indicate or state: they recorded a protest by sitting down… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 49record — rè·cord s.m.inv. AD 1. il miglior risultato ottenuto in una specialità sportiva: record olimpico, mondiale, stabilire, battere un record Sinonimi: primato. 2a. estens., massimo risultato, livello più alto conseguito in un attività: raggiungere il …

    Dizionario italiano

  • 50Record — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Record >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 trace trace vestige relic remains Sgm: N 1 scar scar cicatrix Sgm: N 1 footstep footstep footmark footprint Sgm: N 1 pug …

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  • 51record — v 1. document, enter, post, make an entry of; note, make a note of, write down, write; register, enroll, take down, put down; chronicle, journalize, keep a diary or record or log; set down for posterity; file, put in the files, docket, list, log; …

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  • 52record — re•cord v. [[t]rɪˈkɔrd[/t]] n., adj. [[t]ˈrɛk ərd[/t]] v. t. 1) to set down in writing or the like, as for the purpose of preserving evidence 2) to cause to be set down or registered: to record one s vote[/ex] 3) to state or indicate, so as to be …

    From formal English to slang

  • 53record — noun 1》 a piece of evidence about the past, especially a written or other permanent account.     ↘Law an official report of the proceedings and judgement in a court. 2》 a person or thing s previous conduct or performance: the team kept their… …

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  • 54record — {{11}}record (n.) c.1300, testimony committed to writing, from O.Fr. record, from recorder to record (see RECORD (Cf. record) (v.)). Meaning written account of some event is from 1610s. Meaning disk on which sounds or images have been recorded is …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 55record — I Noun: A memorial and evidence of something written, said, or done. 45 Am J1st Reeds § 2. A plate, tape, or wire containing impressions from which sounds are reproduced. Under the ancient authorities the word signified a roll of parchment upon… …

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  • 56record — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, literally, to recall, from Anglo French recorder, from Latin recordari, from re + cord , cor heart more at heart Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. (1) to set down in writing ; furnish written evidence of …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 57record — Synonyms and related words: CD, Clio, Muse of history, accomplishment, accomplishments, account, account rendered, accounting, acme, acta, adventures, album, annals, annual, archives, authority, authorization, autobiography, be all and end all,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 58record — s m 1 En los deportes, medida o marca que sobrepasa todo lo que se había alcanzado antes: batir el record, romper el record 2 Hecho que sobrepasa todo lo que se había visto en cierto campo: Un negocio que bate todos los récords 3 Registro, diario …

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  • 59record — pho·to·record; post·record; pre·record; record; re·record; pho·no·record; …

    English syllables

  • 60record —   1. Account. Mo olelo.    ♦ Continuous record, kuamo o ōlelo.    ♦ Congressional record, mo olelo aha ōlelo lāhui.    ♦ To record a story, ho opa a mo olelo.    ♦ To keep a record, ho opa a mana o.    ♦ To record a voice, apo leo.    ♦ To record …

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