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tran·script

 (trăn′skrĭpt′)
n.
1. Something transcribed, especially a written, typewritten, or printed copy: the transcript of court testimony.
2. A record of a student's academic performance issued by an institution of learning.
3. Biology A sequence of RNA produced by transcription.

[Middle English, from Medieval Latin trānscrīptum, from Latin, neuter past participle of trānscrībere, to transcribe; see transcribe.]

transcript

(ˈtrænskrɪpt)
n
1. a written, typed, or printed copy or manuscript made by transcribing
2. (Education) education chiefly US and Canadian an official record of a student's school progress and achievements
3. any reproduction or copy
[C13: from Latin transcriptum, from transcrībere to transcribe]

tran•script

(ˈtræn skrɪpt)

n.
1. a written, typewritten, or printed copy; something transcribed or made by transcribing.
2. an exact copy or reproduction, esp. one having an official status.
3. an official school report on the record of a student, listing courses, grades received, etc.
[1250–1300; Middle English transcrit < Old French < Latin trānscrīptum thing copied, n. use neuter past participle of trānscrībere to transcribe]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.transcript - something that has been transcribedtranscript - something that has been transcribed; a written record (usually typewritten) of dictated or recorded speech; "he read a transcript of the interrogation"; "you can obtain a transcript of this radio program by sending a self-addressed envelope to the station"
piece of writing, written material, writing - the work of a writer; anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect); "the writing in her novels is excellent"; "that editorial was a fine piece of writing"
2.transcript - a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record)transcript - a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record)
written account, written record - a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
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"

transcript

noun copy, record, note, summary, notes, version, carbon, log, translation, manuscript, reproduction, duplicate, transcription, carbon copy, transliteration, written version They wouldn't let me have a transcript of the interview.
Translations
تَقْرير بِعلامات الطّالِبنُسْخَةنُسْخَه
přepisvýkaz známek studentůzápisopis
afskriftkarakterbogudskrift
puhtaaksi kirjoitettu asiakirja
transkript
átírásfõiskolai indexiskolai bizonyítvány
写し
사본
atestato nuorašasiššifruota stenogramamokyklos baigimo pažymėjimo nuorašas
atšifrejumsparskats par sekmempieraksts
prepis
avskrift
ใบรับรองผลการศึกษา
bản chép lại

transcript

[ˈtrænskrɪpt] N
1. (= copy) → transcripción f
2. (US) (Scol) → expediente m

transcript

[ˈtrænskrɪpt] ntranscription f (texte)

transcript

n
(of court proceedings)Protokoll nt; (of tapes)Niederschrift f; (= copy)Kopie f, → Abschrift f
(US: = academic record) → Abschrift f (Studienunterlagen)

transcript

[ˈtrænskrɪpt] ntrascrizione f

transcript

(ˈtranskript) noun
1. a written or printed copy of a discussion, a speech etc. I've read the transcript of the tape/interview.
2. (American) an official school report with a list of a student's grades in the subjects studied.

transcript

نُسْخَة přepis afskrift Abschrift αντίγραφο transcripción puhtaaksi kirjoitettu asiakirja transcription transkript trascrizione 写し 사본 afschrift kopi kopia transcrição копия avskrift ใบรับรองผลการศึกษา belge bản chép lại 抄本

tran·script

n. expediente; copia.
References in classic literature ?
Those who have not learned to read the ancient classics in the language in which they were written must have a very imperfect knowledge of the history of the human race; for it is remarkable that no transcript of them has ever been made into any modern tongue, unless our civilization itself may be regarded as such a transcript.
Let me say here distinctly, to have done with it, that this narrative, from an exact transcript of my own made much later, is what I shall presently give.
These, by some occult process of nature, are penetrated and suffused with various degrees of the bird's intellectual energies and emotional character, so that when inked and drawn mechanically across paper by a person called an "author," there results a very fair and accurate transcript of the fowl's thought and feeling.
As there is no motive for concealment, I am permitted to use them, and accordingly send you a transcript, simply omitting technical details of seamanship and supercargo.
The Boston Transcript said editorially: "The speech of Booker T.
The triumph of Pitman was a triumph of business organization: there was a weekly paper to persuade you to learn Pitman: there were cheap textbooks and exercise books and transcripts of speeches for you to copy, and schools where experienced teachers coached you up to the necessary proficiency.
The plays are light and amusing transcripts from life, for the most part, and where at times they deepen into powerful situations, or express strong emotions, they do so with persons so little different from the average of our acquaintance that we do not remember just who the persons are.
The men of more delicate ear write down these cadences more faithfully, and these transcripts, though imperfect, become the songs of the nations.
First, the IRS delayed its planned end to faxing transcripts. Second, it provided a method for authorized tax practitioners to obtain an unredacted wage and income transcript immediately upon request electronically, described below.
I DID my post-graduate diploma in Teaching of English as Foreign Language (PGD TEFL) from Allama Iqbal Open University and was issued my degree and transcript on one leaf.
Blockchain technologies validate that there is truly just one official transcript, Mathews says.
WASHINGTON -- In an era of unceasing horror stories about breaches of sensitive consumer information, here's some disquieting news for homebuyers: Federal auditors say the popular "tax transcript" program run by the IRS and used by millions of mortgage applicants a year lacks adequate security protections against disclosures of tax-return details to people who shouldn't be allowed to obtain them.