Record - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- the number of wins versus losses and ties a team has had
the track record shows that he will be a good president
his name is in all the record books
coffee production last year broke all previous records
Chicago set the homicide record
the prostitute had a record a mile long
- register electronically (syn: tape)
- be aware of (syn: register)
Be sure to record all your business expenditures.
There are similar events all throughout recorded history.
The thermometer recorded 40 degrees below zero.
A seismograph is a device that measures and records the intensity of earthquakes.
Please record the television program for me.
He recorded the birthday party with his new video camera.
He just recorded his latest album.
The show is recorded in front of a live audience.
The band spent all night recording.
Public Record Office
His record is against him.
This airline's safety record is impeccable.
She has a distinguished record as a public official.
These songs were recorded from a concert during last year's season.
The camera records badly.
present participle: recording
past tense: recorded
past participle: recorded