Meaning of RECORD in English

RECORD

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1. to keep information about something, so that it can be used or looked at later

2. information that is kept so that it can be used or looked at later

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1. to keep information about something, so that it can be used or looked at later

▷ record /rɪˈkɔːʳd/ [transitive verb]

to write down information or store it on a computer, so that it can be looked at later, especially official information about numbers or amounts :

▪ Make sure you record the date you bought the tickets.

▪ Only 13 cases of this disease have ever been recorded.

record that

▪ A final communiqué recorded that ‘a thorough and candid discussion has taken place’.

▷ chart /tʃɑːʳt/ [transitive verb]

to record information about a situation or a set of events over a period of time in order to show how it changes or develops :

▪ She aims to chart new cases of cancer in areas around nuclear power stations.

▪ The computer will chart the spacecraft’s progress as it approaches Saturn.

chart how

▪ The article charts how adverts, in the past and in the present, have succeeded in linking the cigarette with sophistication.

▷ keep a record /ˌkiːp ə ˈrekɔːdǁ-ərd/ [verb phrase]

to write down details of things you have done or things that have happened because it may be important to have this information available at a later time :

▪ The hospital has only just started to keep a record, but so far they have treated six people for this type of injury.

keep a record of

▪ She always keeps a record of how much money she spends.

▪ Employees were asked to keep a detailed record of any accidents that occurred in the workplace.

▷ document /ˈdɒkjɑmentǁˈdɑːk-/ [transitive verb]

to write about important events, activities, and developments and record all the facts and details connected with them :

▪ Many writers have documented the changes in feminist politics over the last decade.

▪ Attempts to document social problems in some parts of the country had been difficult.

▷ register /ˈredʒɪstəʳ, ˈredʒəstəʳ/ [intransitive/transitive verb]

to put something such as your name on an official list or record :

▪ You had to register a baby’s birth within a month.

register as

▪ They claimed that the new rules would discourage people from registering as unemployed.

register with

▪ The new students were told that they must register with the University before they could claim their grants.

register for

▪ More than 4.3 million people registered for shares.

▷ put/place something on record /ˌpʊt, ˌpleɪs something ɒn ˈrekɔːdǁ-ərd/ [verb phrase]

to publicly say something that you want to be recorded, because you think it is important :

▪ Yes, we do remember your initial objections, but unfortunately you didn’t place them on record.

put/place on record that

▪ The lawyer asked the court to put on record that her client had always been co-operative.

▷ log /lɒgǁlɔːg, lɑːg/ [transitive verb]

to make an official record of events or facts, either in writing or on a computer :

▪ All deliveries must be logged.

▪ The system can log the date and length of calls made by company employees.

2. information that is kept so that it can be used or looked at later

▷ record /ˈrekɔːdǁ-ərd/ [countable noun]

information that is collected gradually over a long period of time, so that it can be looked at when necessary :

▪ I’ve checked the student records, and I can’t find any mention of her name.

▪ The results of the blood test will be noted in your medical records.

record of

▪ The hotel should have a record of who stayed there last month.

▷ archives /ˈɑːʳkaɪvz/ [plural noun]

a collection of records that provide information about the history of a country, organization, family etc :

▪ New evidence has come to light from the 40-year-old United Nations archives.

▪ The Public Record Office is a central repository for all government archives.

▷ register /ˈredʒɪstəʳ, ˈredʒəstəʳ/ [countable noun]

an official list of names kept for legal purposes that records information such as who attends a particular school, who has been born or has died, or who is legally allowed to do something :

▪ Teachers were reminded that school attendance registers were actually legal documents.

electoral register

a list of the names and addresses of all the people who are old enough to vote

▪ Why are there 1 million people missing from the electoral register?

register of

▪ To find out about her family history, she looked through the register of births, marriages, and deaths.

▷ log /lɒgǁlɔːg, lɑːg/ [countable noun]

an official written record of something, especially a journey in a ship or plane :

▪ He complained to a senior officer, who made a note in the ship’s log.

log of

▪ Alice had to write up a detailed log of the trip, complete with scientific data.

▷ chronicle /ˈkrɒnɪk ə lǁˈkrɑː-/ [countable noun]

a historical record in which events are recorded in the order in which they happened :

▪ Chronicles written by Roman scholars can give us a good idea of how their political system worked.

chronicle of

▪ The report is a chronicle of the history of the Party since its formation.

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