Meaning of RECORD in English

RECORD

I. verb see: heart Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to set down in writing ; furnish written evidence of, to deposit an authentic official copy of , to state for or as if for the ~ , c. to register permanently by mechanical means , indicate , read , to give evidence of, to cause (as sound, visual images, or data) to be registered on something (as a disc or magnetic tape) in reproducible form, intransitive verb to ~ something, ~able adjective II. noun Date: 14th century the state or fact of being ~ed, something that ~s: as, something that recalls or relates past events, an official document that ~s the acts of a public body or officer, an authentic official copy of a document deposited with a legally designated officer, the official copy of the papers used in a law case, 3. a. a body of known or ~ed facts about something or someone especially with reference to a particular sphere of activity that often forms a discernible pattern , a collection of related items of information (as in a database) treated as a unit, b. an attested top performance, an unsurpassed statistic, something on which sound or visual images have been ~ed, III. adjective Date: 1884 of, relating to, or being one that is extraordinary among or surpasses others of its kind, IV. noun Date: 1946 a function of an electronic device that causes it to ~

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