tape-record


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tape-re·cord

(tāp′rĭ-kôrd′)
tr.v. tape-re·cord·ed, tape-re·cord·ing, tape-re·cords
To record on magnetic tape.

tape-record

vb
(Electronics) to make a tape recording (of)

tape-record


Past participle: tape-recorded
Gerund: tape-recording

Imperative
tape-record
tape-record
Present
I tape-record
you tape-record
he/she/it tape-records
we tape-record
you tape-record
they tape-record
Preterite
I tape-recorded
you tape-recorded
he/she/it tape-recorded
we tape-recorded
you tape-recorded
they tape-recorded
Present Continuous
I am tape-recording
you are tape-recording
he/she/it is tape-recording
we are tape-recording
you are tape-recording
they are tape-recording
Present Perfect
I have tape-recorded
you have tape-recorded
he/she/it has tape-recorded
we have tape-recorded
you have tape-recorded
they have tape-recorded
Past Continuous
I was tape-recording
you were tape-recording
he/she/it was tape-recording
we were tape-recording
you were tape-recording
they were tape-recording
Past Perfect
I had tape-recorded
you had tape-recorded
he/she/it had tape-recorded
we had tape-recorded
you had tape-recorded
they had tape-recorded
Future
I will tape-record
you will tape-record
he/she/it will tape-record
we will tape-record
you will tape-record
they will tape-record
Future Perfect
I will have tape-recorded
you will have tape-recorded
he/she/it will have tape-recorded
we will have tape-recorded
you will have tape-recorded
they will have tape-recorded
Future Continuous
I will be tape-recording
you will be tape-recording
he/she/it will be tape-recording
we will be tape-recording
you will be tape-recording
they will be tape-recording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tape-recording
you have been tape-recording
he/she/it has been tape-recording
we have been tape-recording
you have been tape-recording
they have been tape-recording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tape-recording
you will have been tape-recording
he/she/it will have been tape-recording
we will have been tape-recording
you will have been tape-recording
they will have been tape-recording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tape-recording
you had been tape-recording
he/she/it had been tape-recording
we had been tape-recording
you had been tape-recording
they had been tape-recording
Conditional
I would tape-record
you would tape-record
he/she/it would tape-record
we would tape-record
you would tape-record
they would tape-record
Past Conditional
I would have tape-recorded
you would have tape-recorded
he/she/it would have tape-recorded
we would have tape-recorded
you would have tape-recorded
they would have tape-recorded
Translations

tape-record

[ˈteɪprɪˌkɔːd] VTgrabar (en cinta)

tape-record

[ˈteɪprɪˌkɔːd] vtregistrare (su nastro)

tape

(teip) noun
1. (a piece of) a narrow strip or band of cloth used for tying etc. bundles of letters tied with tape.
2. a piece of this or something similar, eg a string, stretched above the finishing line on a race track. The two runners reached the tape together.
3. a narrow strip of paper, plastic, metal etc used for sticking materials together, recording sounds etc. adhesive tape; insulating tape; I recorded the concert on tape.
4. a tape-measure.
verb
1. to fasten or seal with tape.
2. to record (the sound of something) on tape. He taped the concert.
ˈtape-measure, ˈmeasuring-tape nouns
a length of eg plastic, cloth or metal tape, marked with centimetres, metres etc for measuring.
ˈtape-recorder noun
a machine which records sounds on magnetic tape and reproduces them when required.
ˈtape-record verb
ˈtape-recording noun
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The filing asks the court to declare the board's authorization to pursue acquisition null and void; to declare the board's decision to exercise eminent domain powers null and void; to order the district board to conduct its business with regard to the site during its regular meetings and in the open, except when special meetings are necessary in light of all the circumstances; and to order the board to tape-record its closed sessions and preserve the tape recordings for a period to be determined by the court.
One of the best ways for a student to objectively hear where he is and what he needs to do next is to tape-record and play back the performance.
Earlier, a request from Plumpton clerk David McHarg to be permitted to tape-record proceedings was turned down after RCA Southern area chairman Rodger Farrant had consulted members.