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/ rI5kR:d; rI`kRrd/ v 1 (a) [Tn, Tf, Tw] write down (facts or events) for later use or reference ; ; : record progress, developments, etc * record the minutes/proceedings of a meeting [] * The papers record that inflation has dropped. . * Historians record how Rome fell. . (b) [I, Ipr, Tn, Tn.pr, Tng] ~ (sth) (from sth) (on sth) preserve (sound or images) on a disc or magnetic tape for later reproduction ; ; : To record, press both buttons. . * My voice records quite well. . * record music from the radio * record a speech, piece of music, TV programme (on tape/video) [] * a recorded (ie not live) programme, concert, interview, etc * record sb playing the guitar . 2 [Tn] (of measuring instruments) mark or indicate (sth); register ; : The thermometer recorded 40C. 40C.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:42:13
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record
/ 5rekR:d; ?@ 5rekErd; `rZkLd/ n 1 [C] ~ (of sth) permanent account, esp in writing, of facts, events, etc ; : a record of school attendances, road accidents * records of births, marriages and deaths * public, parish, medical, etc records * make/keep a record of one's expenses . 2 [sing] ~ (for sth) facts, events, etc known (but not always written down) about the past of sb/sth [] ; ; ; : He had a good `war record, eg fought bravely. . * have a (previous) criminal `record, ie have already been convicted for a crime or crimes * The airline has a bad safety record, ie Its aircraft often crash. . * The school has a poor record for examination passes, ie Many of its pupils fail. . 3 [C] (also `gramophone record, disc) ~ (of sb/sth) thin circular piece of plastic on which sound has been recorded : a pop, jazz, hit record * the band's latest record * put on/play some records * [attrib ] a record sleeve, album, library . 4 [C] best performance or highest or lowest level ever reached, esp in sport , , : beat/break (ie surpass) a record * an Olympic, world, all-time record * She holds the world record in/for the 100 metres. 100. * [attrib ] a record performance, score, time * record profits, sales, crops . 5 [C] (computing ) set of related data forming a unit in a computer file . 6 (idm ) (just) for the `recordso that it should be noted; for the sake of accuracy ; : Just for the record, the minister's statement is wrong on two points. , . ,off the `record (infml ) (of statements, opinions, etc) not for publication or not to be officially noted , : The Prime Minister admitted, (strictly) off the record, that the talks had failed. , . on `record (a) (of facts, events, etc) noted or recorded, esp officially ; : Last summer was the wettest on record for 50 years. 50. (b)(of statements, opinions, etc) publicly known or officiallynoted , : be/go on record as saying that the law should be changed * put one's views, objections, etc on record, ie publish or broadcast them . put/set the `record straight give a correct account of facts, events, etc; put right a misunderstanding , : To set the record straight, I must say now that I never supported the idea. , .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:42:13
record
/ 5rekR:d; ?@ 5rekErd; `rZkLd/ n 1 [C] ~ (of sth) permanent account, esp in writing, of facts, events, etc ; : a record of school attendances, road accidents * records of births, marriages and deaths * public, parish, medical, etc records * make/keep a record of one's expenses . 2 [sing] ~ (for sth) facts, events, etc known (but not always written down) about the past of sb/sth [] ; ; ; : He had a good `war record, eg fought bravely. . * have a (previous) criminal `record, ie have already been convicted for a crime or crimes * The airline has a bad safety record, ie Its aircraft often crash. . * The school has a poor record for examination passes, ie Many of its pupils fail. . 3 [C] (also `gramophone record, disc) ~ (of sb/sth) thin circular piece of plastic on which sound has been recorded : a pop, jazz, hit record * the band's latest record * put on/play some records * [attrib ] a record sleeve, album, library . 4 [C] best performance or highest or lowest level ever reached, esp in sport , , : beat/break (ie surpass) a record * an Olympic, world, all-time record * She holds the world record in/for the 100 metres. 100. * [attrib ] a record performance, score, time * record profits, sales, crops . 5 [C] (computing ) set of related data forming a unit in a computer file . 6 (idm ) (just) for the `recordso that it should be noted; for the sake of accuracy ; : Just for the record, the minister's statement is wrong on two points. , . ,off the `record (infml ) (of statements, opinions, etc) not for publication or not to be officially noted , : The Prime Minister admitted, (strictly) off the record, that the talks had failed. , . on `record (a) (of facts, events, etc) noted or recorded, esp officially ; : Last summer was the wettest on record for 50 years. 50. (b)(of statements, opinions, etc) publicly known or officiallynoted , : be/go on record as saying that the law should be changed * put one's views, objections, etc on record, ie publish or broadcast them . put/set the `record straight give a correct account of facts, events, etc; put right a misunderstanding , : To set the record straight, I must say now that I never supported the idea. , .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:42:13

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