Meaning of RECORD in English
n. 25B6; noun
written records of the past : ACCOUNT(S), document(s), documentation, data, file(s), dossier(s), evidence, report(s); annal(s), archive(s), chronicle(s); minutes, transactions, proceedings, transcript(s); certificate(s), instrument(s), deed(s); register, log, logbook; Law muniment(s).
listening to records : album, vinyl; dated gramophone record, disc, LP, EP, single, forty-five, seventy-eight.
his previous good record : PREVIOUS CONDUCT/PERFORMANCE, track record, (life) history, reputation.
he's got a record : CRIMINAL RECORD, police record; previous; Brit. informal form; N. Amer. informal rap sheet.
a new British record : BEST PERFORMANCE, highest achievement; best time, fastest time; world record.
a lasting record of what they have achieved : REMINDER, memorial, souvenir, memento, remembrance, testament.
25B6; adjective record profits : RECORD-BREAKING, best ever, unsurpassed, unparalleled, unequalled, second to none.
the doctor recorded her blood pressure : WRITE DOWN, put in writing, take down, note, make a note of, jot down, put down on paper; document, put on record, enter, minute, register, log; list, catalogue.
the thermometer recorded a high temperature : INDICATE, register, show, display.
the team recorded their fourth away win : ACHIEVE, accomplish, chalk up, notch up; informal clock up.
the recital was recorded live : MAKE A RECORD/RECORDING OF, tape, tape-record; video-record, videotape, video.
25A0; off the record
his comments were off the record : UNOFFICIAL, confidential, in (strict) confidence, not to be made public.
they admitted, off the record, that they had made a mistake : UNOFFICIALLY, privately, in (strict) confidence, confidentially, between ourselves.
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