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re·cord

 (rĭ-kôrd′)
v. re·cord·ed, re·cord·ing, re·cords
v.tr.
1. To set down for preservation in writing or other permanent form: She recorded her thoughts in a diary.
2. To register or indicate: The clerk recorded the votes.
3.
a. To render (sound or images) into permanent form for reproduction, as by mechanical or digital means.
b. To record the words, sound, appearance, or performance of (someone or something): recorded the oldest townspeople on tape; recorded the violin concerto.
v.intr.
To record something.
n. rec·ord (rĕk′ərd)
1.
a. An account, as of information or facts, set down especially in writing as a means of preserving knowledge.
b. Something on which such an account is based.
c. Something that records: a fossil record.
2. Information or data on a particular subject collected and preserved: the coldest day on record.
3. The known history of performance, activities, or achievement: your academic record; hampered by a police record.
4. An unsurpassed measurement: a world record in weightlifting; a record for cold weather.
5. Computers A collection of related, often adjacent items of data, treated as a unit.
6. Law A transcript or a collection of statements and related information reporting the proceedings of a legislative body, a court, or an executive.
7.
a. A disk designed to be played on a phonograph.
b. A musical recording that is issued on a medium of some kind.
Idioms:
go on record
To embrace a certain position publicly: go on record in favor of the mayor's reelection.
off the record
Not for publication: The senator told the reporters that his remarks were strictly off the record.
on record
Known to have been stated or to have taken a certain position: The senator's opposition to the new legislation is on record.

[Middle English recorden, from Old French recorder, from Latin recordārī, to remember : re-, re- + cor, cord-, heart; see kerd- in Indo-European roots.]

record

n
1. an account in permanent form, esp in writing, preserving knowledge or information about facts or events
2. (Law) a written account of some transaction that serves as legal evidence of the transaction
3. (Law) a written official report of the proceedings of a court of justice or legislative body, including the judgments given or enactments made
4. anything serving as evidence or as a memorial: the First World War is a record of human folly.
5. (often plural) information or data on a specific subject collected methodically over a long period: weather records.
6.
a. the best or most outstanding amount, rate, height, etc, ever attained, as in some field of sport: an Olympic record; a world record; to break the record for the long jump.
b. (as modifier): a record time.
7. the sum of one's recognized achievements, career, or performance: the officer has an excellent record.
8. (Law) a list of crimes of which an accused person has previously been convicted, which are known to the police but may only be disclosed to a court in certain circumstances
9. (Law) have a record to be a known criminal; have a previous conviction or convictions
10. (Electronics) Also called: gramophone record or disc a thin disc of a plastic material upon which sound has been recorded. Each side has a spiral groove, which undulates in accordance with the frequency and amplitude of the sound. Records were formerly made from a shellac-based compound but were later made from vinyl plastics
11. the markings made by a recording instrument such as a seismograph
12. (Computer Science) computing a group of data or piece of information preserved as a unit in machine-readable form
13. (Computer Science) (in some computer languages) a data structure designed to allow the handling of groups of related pieces of information as though the group were a single entity
14. for the record for the sake of a strict factual account
15. go on record to state one's views publicly
17. on record
a. stated in a public document
b. publicly known
18. put the record straight set the record straight to correct an error or misunderstanding
vb (mainly tr)
19. to set down in some permanent form so as to preserve the true facts of: to record the minutes of a meeting.
20. to contain or serve to relate (facts, information, etc)
21. to indicate, show, or register: his face recorded his disappointment.
22. to remain as or afford evidence of: these ruins record the life of the Romans in Britain.
23. (Electronics) (also intr) to make a recording of (music, speech, etc) for reproduction, or for later broadcasting
24. (General Physics) (also intr) (of an instrument) to register or indicate (information) on a scale: the barometer recorded a low pressure.
[C13: from Old French recorder to call to mind, from Latin recordārī to remember, from re- + cor heart]
reˈcordable adj

re•cord

(v. rɪˈkɔrd; n., adj. ˈrɛk ərd)

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, so as to be noted.
4. to serve to tell of: The diary records two secret meetings.
5. to set down, register, or fix by characteristic marks, incisions, magnetism, etc., for the purpose of reproduction by a phonograph or magnetic reproducer.
6. to make a recording of.
v.i.
7. to record something; make a record.
n.
8. an account in writing or the like preserving the memory or knowledge of facts or events.
9. information or knowledge preserved in writing or the like.
10. a report, list, or aggregate of actions or achievements: a fine sailing record.
11. a legally documented history of criminal activity: All the suspects had records.
12. something or someone serving as a remembrance; memorial.
13. something on which sound or images have been recorded for subsequent reproduction, as a grooved disk that is played on a phonograph or an optical disc for recording sound or images; recording. Compare compact disc.
14. the standing of a team or individual with respect to contests won, lost, and tied.
15. a group of related fields treated as a unit in a database.
16. an official written report of proceedings of a court of justice.
adj.
17. making or affording a record.
18. surpassing or superior to all others: a record year for sales.
Idioms:
1. for the record, meant for publication or dissemination.
2. off the record, not for publication; unofficial.
3. on record,
a. existing as a matter of public knowledge; known.
b. existing in a publication, document, file, etc.
c. having stated one's opinion or position publicly.
rec•ord rec•ord
[1175–1225; (v.) < Old French recorder < Latin recordārī to remember, recollect =re- re- + -cordārī, v. derivative of cors, s. cord- heart; (n.) Middle English record(e) < Old French, derivative of recorder; compare Medieval Latin recordum]

record


Past participle: recorded
Gerund: recording

Imperative
record
record
Present
I record
you record
he/she/it records
we record
you record
they record
Preterite
I recorded
you recorded
he/she/it recorded
we recorded
you recorded
they recorded
Present Continuous
I am recording
you are recording
he/she/it is recording
we are recording
you are recording
they are recording
Present Perfect
I have recorded
you have recorded
he/she/it has recorded
we have recorded
you have recorded
they have recorded
Past Continuous
I was recording
you were recording
he/she/it was recording
we were recording
you were recording
they were recording
Past Perfect
I had recorded
you had recorded
he/she/it had recorded
we had recorded
you had recorded
they had recorded
Future
I will record
you will record
he/she/it will record
we will record
you will record
they will record
Future Perfect
I will have recorded
you will have recorded
he/she/it will have recorded
we will have recorded
you will have recorded
they will have recorded
Future Continuous
I will be recording
you will be recording
he/she/it will be recording
we will be recording
you will be recording
they will be recording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recording
you have been recording
he/she/it has been recording
we have been recording
you have been recording
they have been recording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recording
you will have been recording
he/she/it will have been recording
we will have been recording
you will have been recording
they will have been recording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recording
you had been recording
he/she/it had been recording
we had been recording
you had been recording
they had been recording
Conditional
I would record
you would record
he/she/it would record
we would record
you would record
they would record
Past Conditional
I would have recorded
you would have recorded
he/she/it would have recorded
we would have recorded
you would have recorded
they would have recorded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.record - anything (such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph) providing permanent evidence of or information about past eventsrecord - anything (such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph) providing permanent evidence of or information about past events; "the film provided a valuable record of stage techniques"
photography, picture taking - the act of taking and printing photographs
written account, written record - a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
memorabilia - a record of things worth remembering
check stub, counterfoil, stub - the part of a check that is retained as a record
data file, file - a set of related records (either written or electronic) kept together
account, chronicle, history, story - a record or narrative description of past events; "a history of France"; "he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president"; "the story of exposure to lead"
evidence - an indication that makes something evident; "his trembling was evidence of his fear"
working papers - records kept of activities involved in carrying out a project; "the auditor was required to produce his working papers"
2.record - sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous grooverecord - sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove
acetate disk, phonograph recording disk - a disk coated with cellulose acetate
LP, L-P - a long-playing phonograph record; designed to be played at 33.3 rpm
78, seventy-eight - a shellac based phonograph record that played at 78 revolutions per minute
audio recording, sound recording, audio - a recording of acoustic signals
3.record - the number of wins versus losses and ties a team has had; "at 9-0 they have the best record in their league"
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
4.record - the sum of recognized accomplishmentsrecord - the sum of recognized accomplishments; "the lawyer has a good record"; "the track record shows that he will be a good president"
accomplishment, achievement - the action of accomplishing something
5.record - a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someonerecord - a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone; "Al Smith used to say, `Let's look at the record'"; "his name is in all the record books"
logbook - a book in which the log is written
won-lost record - (sports) a record of win versus losses
scorecard, card - (golf) a record of scores (as in golf); "you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
fact - a statement or assertion of verified information about something that is the case or has happened; "he supported his argument with an impressive array of facts"
6.record - an extreme attainment; the best (or worst) performance ever attested (as in a sport); "he tied the Olympic record"; "coffee production last year broke all previous records"; "Chicago set the homicide record"
attainment - the act of achieving an aim; "the attainment of independence"
track record - the fastest time ever recorded for a specific distance at a particular racetrack; "the track record for the mile and a half at Belmont is 2 minutes 24 seconds held by Secretariat since 1973"
world record - the best record in the whole world
7.record - a document that can serve as legal evidence of a transaction; "they could find no record of the purchase"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
document - a written account of ownership or obligation
balance sheet - a record of the financial situation of an institution on a particular date by listing its assets and the claims against those assets
expense record - a written record of money spent
account book, book of account, ledger, leger, book - a record in which commercial accounts are recorded; "they got a subpoena to examine our books"
payslip - a slip of paper included with your pay that records how much money you have earned and how much tax or insurance etc. has been taken out
register - a book in which names and transactions are listed
bankbook, passbook - a record of deposits and withdrawals and interest held by depositors at certain banks
checkbook, chequebook - a book issued to holders of checking accounts
8.record - a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convictedrecord - a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted; "he ruled that the criminal record of the defendant could not be disclosed to the court"; "the prostitute had a record a mile long"
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
Verb1.record - make a record of; set down in permanent form
recording, transcription - the act of making a record (especially an audio record); "she watched the recording from a sound-proof booth"
chalk up, tally - keep score, as in games
clock in, clock on, punch in - register one's arrival at work
record, tape - register electronically; "They recorded her singing"
accession - make a record of additions to a collection, such as a library
post - display, as of records in sports games
ring up - to perform and record a sale on a cash register; "Sally rang up Eve's purchase of tomatoes"
manifest - record in a ship's manifest; "each passenger must be manifested"
inscribe - write, engrave, or print as a lasting record
chronicle - record in chronological order; make a historical record
file away, file - place in a container for keeping records; "File these bills, please"
document - record in detail; "The parents documented every step of their child's development"
log - enter into a log, as on ships and planes
clock up, log up - record a distance travelled; on planes and cars
film, shoot, take - make a film or photograph of something; "take a scene"; "shoot a movie"
videotape, tape - record on videotape
photograph, shoot, snap - record on photographic film; "I photographed the scene of the accident"; "She snapped a picture of the President"
score, mark - make underscoring marks
notch - notch a surface to record something
maintain, keep - maintain by writing regular records; "keep a diary"; "maintain a record"; "keep notes"
film - record in film; "The coronation was filmed"
save, preserve - to keep up and reserve for personal or special use; "She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"
register - record in writing; enter into a book of names or events or transactions
book - record a charge in a police register; "The policeman booked her when she tried to solicit a man"
2.record - register electronically; "They recorded her singing"
write, save - record data on a computer; "boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk"
tape record - record with a tape recorder
prerecord - record before presentation, as of a broadcast
record, enter, put down - make a record of; set down in permanent form
cut - record a performance on (a medium); "cut a record"
cut - make a recording of; "cut the songs"; "She cut all of her major titles again"
delete, erase - wipe out digitally or magnetically recorded information; "Who erased the files form my hard disk?"
3.record - indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments; "The thermometer showed thirteen degrees below zero"; "The gauge read `empty'"
say - indicate; "The clock says noon"
show - give evidence of, as of records; "The diary shows his distress that evening"
strike - indicate (a certain time) by striking; "The clock struck midnight"; "Just when I entered, the clock struck"
indicate - to state or express briefly; "indicated his wishes in a letter"
4.record - be aware of; "Did you register any change when I pressed the button?"
register - enter into someone's consciousness; "Did this event register in your parents' minds?"
register - show in one's face; "Her surprise did not register"
5.record - be or provide a memorial to a person or an eventrecord - be or provide a memorial to a person or an event; "This sculpture commemorates the victims of the concentration camps"; "We memorialized the Dead"
remind - put in the mind of someone; "Remind me to call Mother"
monumentalise, monumentalize - record or memorialize lastingly with a monument

record

noun
2. evidence, trace, documentation, testimony, witness, memorial, remembrance There's no record of any marriage or children.
3. disc, recording, single, release, album, waxing (informal), LP, vinyl, EP, forty-five, platter (U.S. slang), seventy-eight, gramophone record, black disc This is one of my favourite records.
4. best performance, best time, fastest time, personal best, highest achievement He set the world record.
5. background, history, performance, career, reputation, track record (informal), curriculum vitae His record reveals a tough streak.
verb
1. set down, report, minute, note, enter, document, register, preserve, log, put down, chronicle, write down, enrol, take down, inscribe, transcribe, chalk up (informal), put on record, put on file In her letters she records the domestic and social details of life in China.
2. make a recording of, cut, video, tape, lay down (slang), wax (informal), video-tape, tape-record, put on wax (informal) She recorded a new album in Nashville.
3. register, show, read, contain, indicate, give evidence of The test records the electrical activity of the brain.
adjective
1. record-breaking, unbeaten, best ever, unparalleled, unsurpassed, unequalled, never previously achieved She won the race in record time.
off the record
3. confidential, private, secret, classified, unofficial, in confidence, not for publication, not for circulation Those remarks were supposed to be off the record.

record

verb
1. To place on a list or in a record:
2. To give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale:
Translations
أسْطُوانَهتَسْجيل، سِجِل، بَيانرَقْم قِياسيسِجِلسِجِلّ
rekordzáznamzaznamenatdeskaminulost
rekordoptageoptegnelsepostregistrere
nauhoittaaennätysmerkitä muistiintallennetallentaa
rekordsnimitispiszapisati
csúcsfeljegyezfelveszhangfelvételt készítlemez
metskráskrá, fundarbóksÿnasÿna/gefa skriflega
最高記録記録記録する録画する
기록기록하다녹화하다
grotuvasįrašasįrašinėtiišilginė fleitamagnetofonas
dokumentsierakstītliecībapierakstītpieraksts
gramofónová platňanahraťrekordrekordný
kartotekaploščaposnetirekordseznam
rekordspela inskivaantecknaföra protokoll
การบันทึกบันทึกสถิติ
ghi lạihồ sơkỷ lục

record

[ˈrekɔːd]
A. N
1. (= report, account) (gen) → documento m; (= note) → nota f, apunte m; [of meeting] → acta f; [of attendance] → registro m (Jur) [of case] → acta f
it is the earliest written record of this practicees el documento escrito más antiguo que registra esta costumbre
there is no record of itno hay constancia de ello, no consta en ningún sitio
the highest temperatures since records beganlas temperaturas más altas que se han registrado hasta la fecha
for the record for the record, I disagreeno estoy de acuerdo, que conste
will you tell us your full name for the record, please?¿podría decirnos su nombre completo para que quede constancia?
to keep or make a record of sthapuntar algo, tomar nota de algo
it is a matter of (public) record thathay constancia de que ...
off the record [statement, comment] → extraoficial; [speak, say] → extraoficialmente
this is strictly off the recordesto es estrictamente extraoficial
he told me off the recordme dijo confidencialmente or extraoficialmente
on record there is no similar example on recordno existe constancia de nada semejante
the police had kept his name on recordla policía lo había fichado
the highest temperatures on recordlas temperaturas más altas que se han registrado hasta la fecha
to be/have gone on record as saying thathaber declarado públicamente que ...
to place or put sth on recordhacer constar algo, dejar constancia de algo
just to put or set the record straight, let me point out thatsimplemente para que quede claro, permítanme señalar que ...
see also off-the-record
2. (= memorial) → testimonio m
the First World War is a record of human follyla primera Guerra Mundial es un testimonio de la locura humana
3. (Comput) → registro m
4. records (= files) → archivos mpl
according to our records, you have not paidsegún nuestros datos, usted no ha pagado
public recordsarchivos mpl públicos
5. (= past performance)
5.1. (in work) to have a good record at schooltener un buen expediente escolar
the airline has a good safety recordla compañía aérea tiene un buen historial en materia de seguridad
his past record is against himsu historial obra en perjuicio suyo
a country's human rights recordel historial or la trayectoria de un país en materia de derechos humanos
he left behind a splendid record of achievementsha dejado atrás una magnífica hoja de servicios
see also track D
5.2. (Med) → historial m
the result will go on your medical recordel resultado se incluirá en su historial médico
5.3. (also criminal record) → antecedentes mpl (penales)
he's got a clean recordno tiene antecedentes (penales)
he's got a record as long as my armtiene un historial más largo que un día sin pan
record of previous convictionsantecedentes penales
see also police
5.4. (Mil) → hoja f de servicios
war recordhistorial m de guerra
6. (Sport etc) → récord m
the long jump recordel récord del salto de longitud
to beat or break the recordbatir el récord
the film broke box office recordsla película batió récords de taquilla
he won a place in the record booksse ganó un lugar en el libro de los récords
to hold the record (for sth)tener or ostentar el récord (de algo)
to set a record (for sth)establecer un récord (de algo)
see also world B
7. (= disc) → disco m
to cut or make a recordgrabar un disco
on recorden disco
see also long-playing
B. ADJrécord, sin precedentes
in record timeen un tiempo récord
share prices closed at a record highla bolsa cerró con los precios más altos jamás registrados
C. [rɪˈkɔːd] VT
1. (= set down) [+ facts] → registrar; [+ events] (in journal, diary) → tomar nota de; [+ protest, disapproval] → hacer constar, dejar constancia de
the fastest speed ever recordedla mayor velocidad jamás registrada
shares recorded a 16% falllas acciones registraron una bajada de un 16%
it is not recorded anywhereno consta en ninguna parte
her letters record the details of diplomatic life in Chinasus cartas dejan constancia de los detalles de la vida diplomática en China
history records thatla historia cuenta que ...
2. (= show) [instrument] → registrar, marcar
3. [+ sound, images, data] → grabar
4. (Comput) → grabar
D. [rɪˈkɔːd] VI (on tape, film etc) → grabar
his voice does not record wellsu voz no sale bien en las grabaciones
E. [ˈrekɔːd] CPD record breaker N (= woman) → plusmarquista f; (= man) → recordman m, plusmarquista m
record card Nficha f
record company Ncasa f discográfica
record holder N (= woman) → plusmarquista f; (= man) → recordman m, plusmarquista m
she is the world 800 metre record holdertiene or ostenta el récord mundial de los 800 metros, es la plusmarquista mundial de los 800 metros
record keeping Narchivación f
record library Ndiscoteca f
record player Ntocadiscos m inv
record producer Nproductor(a) m/f discográfico/a
record token Nvale m para discos

record

[ˈrɛkɔːrd]
n
(= written account) → rapport m, récit m (= file) → dossier m
a photographic record → un témoignage photographique
to keep a record of sth → noter qch
there is no record of sth → il n'y a aucune trace de qch
There is no record of your booking → Il n'y a aucune trace de votre réservation.
to keep sth on record → conserver qch (dans un dossier)
to go on record as saying that ... → déclarer publiquement que ...
he is on record as saying that ... → il a déclaré en public que ...
to go on record → faire une déclaration publique
the coldest summer on record → l'été le plus froid que l'on ait jamais connu
off the record adjofficieux/euse
That remark was off the record → C'était un commentaire officieux.; advà titre officieux
May I speak off the record? → Puis-je parler à titre officieux?
Off the record, he was forced to resign
BUT Entre nous, il a été obligé de démissionner.
to put the record straight, to set the record straight → remettre les pendules à l'heure
Let me set the record straight
BUT Permettez-moi de mettre les choses au point.
to set the record straight about sth → remettre les pendules à l'heure au sujet de qch medical records, dental records
[meeting, proceedings] → procès-verbal m
(= register) [attendance] → registre m
(= history) to have a record of sth [person]
He has a record of violence → On lui connaît un passé violent.
His record of school attendance was very poor → Il se distinguait par ses absences répétées à l'école.
sb's record on sth (what sb has done in a particular field)
She criticized the government's record on human rights → Elle a critiqué les réalisations du gouvernement dans le domaine des droits de l'homme.
safety record
The factory has a very good safety record → L'usine a toujours eu d'excellents résultats en matière de sécurité.
This airline has a good safety record → Cette compagnie aérienne a de bons antécédents pour ce qui est de la sécurité.
to have a good record
Compared with other types of ship these ferries have quite a good record → Par rapport à d'autres types de navires, ces ferrys sont plutôt fiables.
to have a good record of doing sth
This bank has a good record of helping small businesses → Cette banque est connue pour l'aide qu'elle apporte aux petites entreprises.
This government has an excellent record of creating new job opportunities → Ce gouvernement a à son actif une excellente politique de création d'emploi.
to have a poor record
Such committees have had a poor record in the past → Jusqu'à maintenant les résultats obtenus par ces comités ont été médiocres.
human rights record → bilan m en matière de droits de l'homme
(COMPUTING)article m
(also criminal record) → casier m judiciaire
He's got a criminal record → Il a un casier judiciaire.
(MUSIC) (= disc) → disque m
my favourite record → mon disque préféré
(= best performance) → record m
to hold the record → détenir le record
the record for sth → le record de qch world record
records npl (also public records) → archives fpl
I'll check in the records → Je vais vérifier dans les archives.
[rɪˈkɔːrd] vt
(= note down) → noter
(= relate) → rapporter
(MUSIC) [artist] [+ song, track] → enregistrer
They've just recorded their new album → Ils viennent d'enregistrer leur nouveau disque.
(= make copy of) [+ song, concert, film, programme, message] → enregistrer
Viewers can record the films on videotape → Les téléspectateurs peuvent enregistrer les films au magnétoscope. recorded message
[measuring instrument, index] → enregistrer
[ˈrɛkɔːrd] adj (= exceptional) [number] → record inv; [growth] → record inv; [level] → record inv
Profits were at record levels → Les bénéfices avaient atteint un niveau record.
They enjoyed record sales last month → Ils ont réalisé le mois dernier un chiffre de vente record.
to reach a record high → atteindre son niveau le plus haut
to reach a record low → atteindre son niveau le plus bas
record profits → des bénéfices record
record rainfall → des pluies exceptionnelles, des précipitations exceptionnelles
[ˈrɛkɔːrd] modif
(MUSIC) [collection] → de disques
record deal → contrat m d'enregistrement record book, record deck, record-keeping, record label, record store, record sleeve
a record attempt (= attempt to beat the record) → une tentative pour battre le record

record

vt
facts, story, events (diarist, person) → aufzeichnen; (documents, diary etc) → dokumentieren; (in register) → eintragen; (= keep minutes of)protokollieren; one’s thoughts, feelings etcfesthalten, niederschreiben; protest, disapprovalzum Ausdruck bringen; these facts are not recorded anywherediese Tatsachen sind nirgends festgehalten; it’s not recorded anywheredas ist nirgends dokumentiert or belegt; to record something photographicallyetw im Bild festhalten; to record one’s voteseine Stimme abgeben; to record a verdict of accidental deathauf Tod durch Unfall befinden; history records that …es ist geschichtlich dokumentiert, dass …; the author records that …der Verfasser berichtet, dass …
(thermometer, meter etc) → verzeichnen, registrieren; (needle) → aufzeichnen, registrieren
(on tape, cassette etc) → aufnehmen, aufzeichnen; (person) → aufnehmen
CD, DVDbrennen
vi(Tonband)aufnahmen machen; he is recording at 5 o’clocker hat um 5 Uhr eine Aufnahme; his voice does not record wellseine Stimme lässt sich nicht gut aufnehmen; the tape recorder won’t recorddas Tonbandgerät nimmt nicht auf
n
(= account)Aufzeichnung f; (of attendance)Liste f; (of meeting)Protokoll nt; (= official document)Unterlage f, → Akte f; (lit, fig: of the past, of civilization) → Dokument nt; (public) recordsim Staatsarchiv gelagerte Urkunden; a photographic recordeine Bilddokumentation; it’s nice to have a photographic record of one’s holidayses ist nett, den Urlaub im Bild festgehalten zu haben; to keep a record of somethingüber etw (acc)Buch führen; (official, registrar) → etw registrieren; (historian, chronicler) → etw aufzeichnen; to keep a personal record of somethingsich (dat)etw notieren; it is on record that …es gibt Belege dafür, dass …; (in files) → es ist aktenkundig, dass …; there is no similar example on recordes ist kein ähnliches Beispiel bekannt; I’m prepared to go on record as saying that …ich stehe zu der Behauptung, dass …; he’s on record as having said …es ist belegt, dass er gesagt hat, …; last night the PM went on record as saying …gestern Abend hat sich der Premier dahin gehend geäußert, dass …; to put something on recordetw schriftlich festhalten; there is no record of his having said ites ist nirgends belegt, dass er es gesagt hat; to put or set the record straightfür klare Verhältnisse sorgen; just to set the record straightnur damit Klarheit herrscht; for the recordder Ordnung halber; (= for the minutes)zur Mitschrift; this is strictly off the recorddies ist nur inoffizell; (strictly) off the record he did comeganz im Vertrauen: er ist doch gekommen
(= police record)Vorstrafen pl; records (= files)Strafregister nt; he’s got a recorder ist vorbestraft; record of previous convictionsVorstrafen pl; he’s got a clean record, he hasn’t got a recorder ist nicht vorbestraft
(= history)Vorgeschichte f; (= achievements)Leistungen pl; to have an excellent recordausgezeichnete Leistungen vorweisen können; the team with the best recorddie Mannschaft mit den besten Leistungen; with a record like yours you should be able to handle this jobmit Ihren Voraussetzungen müssten Sie sich in dieser Stelle leicht zurechtfinden; he has a good record of serviceer ist ein verdienter Mitarbeiter; service record (Mil) → militärisches Führungszeugnis; his attendance record is bader fehlt oft; his past recordseine bisherigen Leistungen; to have a good school recordein guter Schüler/eine guter Schülerin sein; to have a good safety recordin Bezug auf Sicherheit einen guten Ruf haben; to have a dubious record as far as something is concernedin Bezug auf etw (acc)einen zweifelhaften Ruf haben; he’s got quite a record (= has done bad things)er hat so einiges auf dem Kerbholz; he left a splendid record of achievements behind himer hat sehr viel geleistet; to spoil one’s recordes sich (dat)verderben, sich (dat)ein Minus einhandeln (inf); I’ve been looking at your record, Jonesich habe mir Ihre Akte angesehen, Jones
(Mus) → (Schall)platte f; (= recording) (of voice, music etc)Aufnahme f; (of programme, speech)Aufzeichnung f, → Aufnahme f; to make or cut a recordeine Schallplatte machen
(Sport, fig) → Rekord m; to beat or break the recordden Rekord brechen; to hold the recordden Rekord halten or innehaben; long-jump recordWeitsprungrekord, Rekord im Weitsprung; record amountRekordbetrag m; record timeRekordzeit f; record resultRekordergebnis nt
(on seismograph etc) → Aufzeichnung f, → Registrierung f
(Comput, in database) → Datensatz m

record

:
record album
nPlattenalbum nt
record breaker
n (Sport) → Rekordbrecher(in) m(f)
record-breaking
adj (Sport, fig) → rekordbrechend, Rekord-; a record achievementeine Rekordleistung
record cabinet
nPlattenschrank m
record card
nKarteikarte f
record changer
nPlattenwechsler m
record company
nPlattenfirma f
record dealer
nSchallplattenhändler(in) m(f)
record deck

record

[n, adj ˈrɛkɔːd; vb rɪˈkɔːd]
1. n
a. (report, note) → rapporto; (file) → pratica, dossier m inv; (minutes, of meeting) → verbale m (Law) → registro; (historical report) → documento (Comput) → record m inv, registrazione f
record of attendance → registro delle presenze
public records → archivi mpl
there is no record of it → non c'è niente che lo possa comprovare
to keep a record of sth → tener nota di qc
just for the record → tanto per mettere le cose in chiaro
he is on record as saying that ... → ha dichiarato pubblicamente che...
it is on record that ... → è stato registrato che...
to place or put sth on record → mettere qc agli atti
he told me off the record (fam) → me l'ha detto ufficiosamente
to set the record straight → mettere le cose in chiaro
b. (person's past in general) → precedenti mpl; (as dossier) → resoconto (also criminal record) → menzione f nel casellario giudiziale
he has a clean record → ha la fedina penale pulita, non ha precedenti penali
police records → schedario msg della polizia
Italy's excellent record → i brillanti successi italiani
the school has a poor record of exam passes → in quella scuola si registra una bassa percentuale di promozioni
c. (Sport) → record m inv, primato
to beat or break a record → battere un record or un primato
to hold the record (for sth) → detenere il primato (di qc)
d. (Mus) → disco
2. adj attrrecord inv
in record time → a tempo di record
3. vt
a. (set down) → registrare, prendere nota di; (relate) → raccontare
to record one's vote → votare
b. (Mus) → registrare, incidere (Comput) → registrare
c. (subj, thermometer) → registrare

record

(ˈrekoːd) , (-kəd) , ((American) -kərd) noun
1. a written report of facts, events etc. historical records; I wish to keep a record of everything that is said at this meeting.
2. a round flat piece of (usually black) plastic on which music etc is recorded. a record of Beethoven's Sixth Symphony.
3. (in races, games, or almost any activity) the best performance so far; something which has never yet been beaten. He holds the record for the 1,000 metres; The record for the high jump was broken/beaten this afternoon; He claimed to have eaten fifty sausages in a minute and asked if this was a record; (also adjective) a record score.
4. the collected facts from the past of a person, institution etc. This school has a very poor record of success in exams; He has a criminal record.
(rəˈkoːd) verb
1. to write a description of (an event, facts etc) so that they can be read in the future. The decisions will be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.
2. to put (the sound of music, speech etc) on a record or tape so that it can be listened to in the future. I've recorded the whole concert; Don't make any noise when I'm recording.
3. (of a dial, instrument etc) to show (a figure etc) as a reading. The thermometer recorded 30C yesterday.
4. to give or show, especially in writing. to record one's vote in an election.
reˈcorder noun
1. a type of musical wind instrument, made of wood, plastic etc.
2. an instrument for recording on to tape.
reˈcording noun
something recorded on tape, a record etc. This is a recording of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
ˈrecord-player noun
an electrical instrument which reproduces the sounds recorded on records.
in record time
very quickly.
off the record
(of information, statements etc) not intended to be repeated or made public. The Prime Minister admitted off the record that the country was going through a serious crisis.
on record
recorded. This is the coldest winter on record.

record

سِجِلّ, يُسَجِّلُ, يُسَجِّلُ nahrávat, rekord, záznam, zaznamenat optage, optegne, optegnelse, rekord aufnehmen, aufzeichnen, Aufzeichnung, Rekord εγγράφω, καταγράφω, καταχώριση, ρεκόρ grabar, marca, récord, registrar, registro asiakirja, ennätys, merkitä muistiin, nauhoittaa enregistrer, note, record rekord, snimiti, spis, zapisati documentazione, record, registrare 最高記録, 記録, 記録する, 録画する 기록, 기록하다, 녹화하다 opnemen, record, vastleggen, verslag journal, registrere, rekord, spille inn nagrywać, rekord, zaewidencjonować, zapis gravar, recorde, registar, registo, registrar, registro записывать, запись, рекорд föra protokoll, rekord, spela in การบันทึก, บันทึก, สถิติ kaydetmek, kayıt, rekor ghi lại, hồ sơ, kỷ lục 录制, 记录

re·cord

n. registro; [medical history] historia clínica, expediente; informe;
off the ___confidencialmente;
patient ______ del paciente;
to go on ___expresar públicamente;
v. registrar, inscribir.

record

n registro; electronic health —, electronic medical — historia clínica electrónica; medical — historia clínica, historial médico, expediente clínico (esp. Mex); personal health — historia clínica personal; vt registrar; Record your sugars in this booklet.. Registre sus niveles de azúcar en esta libreta; [Nota: electronic medical record viene siendo reemplazado por electronic health record. Teóricamente el último es un término más amplio que incluye más información del paciente como persona, aunque la mayoría de las personas intercambian los dos términos. De modo paralelo, personal health record viene reemplazando a medical record.]
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It is our painful duty to record the sudden and mysterious disappearance of our cherished friend, Mrs.
But their adventures were not over by any means, though there is not room in this volume to record them.
Arms, legs, and feet were encircled in twenty folds of the thong, in less time than we have taken to record the circumstance.
No written record of this dispute is known to be in existence.
He was likewise a bitter persecutor; as witness the Quakers, who have remembered him in their histories, and relate an incident of his hard severity towards a woman of their sect, which will last longer, it is to be feared, than any record of his better deeds, although these were many.
My song for ever shall record That terrible, that joyful hour; I give the glory to my God, His all the mercy and the power.
Then Jokubas pointed out the place where the cattle were driven to be weighed, upon a great scale that would weigh a hundred thousand pounds at once and record it automatically.
For, sir, said they, the most part of us have been here this seven year their prisoners, and we have worked all manner of silk works for our meat, and we are all great gentle-women born, and blessed be the time, knight, that ever thou wert born;for thou hast done the most worship that ever did knight in the world, that will we bear record, and we all pray you to tell us your name, that we may tell our friends who delivered us out of prison.
I am privileged, because I am known to be honorable and trustworthy, and because I have a distinguished record in the service; so they don't hobble me nor tie me to stakes or shut me tight in stables, but let me wander around to suit myself.
The combatants were placed face to face, each with several members of his own corps about him to assist; two seconds, well padded, and with swords in their hands, took their stations; a student belonging to neither of the opposing corps placed himself in a good position to umpire the combat; another student stood by with a watch and a memorandum-book to keep record of the time and the number and nature of the wounds; a gray-haired surgeon was present with his lint, his bandages, and his instruments.
The judge said it was the holiest time on record, or something like that.
Under this row of faint grease prints he would write a record on the strip of white paper--thus: