record


record
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; catalogue, itemize, enumerate, score, count up, chalk up.
2. state, say, indicate, go to record, say publicly, affirm.
n
3. journal, record, chronicle, diary, memoir, Fr. journal intime; dossier, Latin, adversaria. notes; album, scrapbook, memory book; yearbook, almanac, annals; history, chronology, narrative; registry, register, log, logbook, guestbook; inventory, stock list, catalogue; Lib. Science. card catalogue, Lib. Science. shelf list; ledger, roll, attendance book; schedule, calendar, datebook, daybook; Acta, transactions, minutes.
4. registry, deed, contract, certificate, Law. memorandum, Law. instrument; bond, indenture, marriage certificate, birth certificate, automobile title; land records, voter list.
5. reputation, life history, past performance, Inf. style, track record, book; re'sume1, work history, employment record; school record, permanent school file, transcript, academic record.
6. police record, list of offenses, criminal life history, history of crime, reputation for crime.
7. memento, keepsake, remembrance, relic, souvenir, token, token of remembrance.
8. recording, photograph record, phonodisc, Inf. disc, Inf. platter; album, Trademark. LP, Inf. single; film, tape, cassette, 8-track, videotape, photograph.
9. off the record
confidential, unofficial, not for publication or circulation; secret, private, privy, restricted, not public, It. in petto; not to be disclosed, not to be mentioned, not to be spoken, sub rosa.
adj
10. prime, extreme, ultimate, unbeaten, tops, at the acme or zenith, Latin, ne plus ultra.

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  • record — re·cord 1 /ri kȯrd/ vt 1: to put in a record 2: to deposit or otherwise cause to be registered in the appropriate office as a record and notice of a title or interest in property record a deed record a mortgage see also recording act …   Law dictionary

  • Record — or The Record may mean:An item or collection of data: * Storage medium that contains data (more specifically audio data) ** Gramophone record (also called phonograph record ), mechanical storage medium ** Compact Disc, optical storage medium *… …   Wikipedia

  • Record — Rec ord (r[e^]k [ e]rd), n. [OF. recort, record, remembrance, attestation, record. See {Record}, v. t.] 1. A writing by which some act or event, or a number of acts or events, is recorded; a register; as, a record of the acts of the Hebrew kings; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • record — [ri kôrd′; ] for n. & adj. [ rek′ərd] vt. [ME recorden, to report, repeat (also, to sing, practice a tune, warble) < OFr recorder, to recount, recite, repeat < L recordari, to call to mind, remember < re , again + cor (gen. cordis), mind …   English World dictionary

  • record — ► NOUN 1) a piece of evidence or information constituting an account of something that has occurred, been said, etc. 2) the previous conduct or performance of a person or thing. 3) (also criminal record) a list of a person s previous criminal… …   English terms dictionary

  • record — RECÓRD, recorduri, s.n. Rezultat realizat într o competiţie sportivă oficială, a cărui valoare reprezintă cea mai bună performanţă, omologată de o persoană juridică; p. gener. realizare maximă, performanţă supremă obţinută într un domeniu de… …   Dicționar Român

  • récord — (plural récords; del inglés; pronunciamos récor ) sustantivo masculino 1. Área: deporte Marca deportiva que supera las anteriores del mismo género y en idénticas condiciones: El atleta norteamericano consiguió el récord del mundo de velocidad en… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • record — vb Record, register, list, enroll, catalog can mean to commit to writing for the sake of immediate or future use. Record usually implies as its purpose the making of an exact or official entry or statement which gives evidence of the facts… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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