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Record

Antonyms for record:

cancel, erase, delete.

Synonyms for record:

Sense 1

lease, cohere, literature, jot, charm offensive, life story, pyrrhic victory, pencil, ghost, victory, reproduce, walkaway, almanac, walkover, ticket, program, copy down, tear off, redraft, memorize, winning streak, dictate, enlist, copy out, subjection, scrawl, connote, enrollment.

Sense 2

deed, papers, chalk up, write up, interview, thrashing, syndrome, track, pen, denote, intend, write in, run off, bulletin, mark down.

Sense 3

grand slam, write out, chalk, leadership, scribble, whitewash, blowout, romp.

Sense 4

contribute, entry, author, win, suggest.

Sense 5

put, title, post, series.

Sense 6

campaign.

Sense 7

draft.

Sense 8

sweep, scratch, trail.

Sense 9

process.

Sense 10

cut, upset.

Sense 13

mean, round.

Sense 18

double.

Sense 20

set.

cartridge

cassette.

certification

credentials.

chronicle

set down.

declaration

certificate.

deed

Muniment.

index

directory.

itemize

particularize.

jot

jotting.

list

write down.

note

jotting.

put-down

put down.

report

write up.

write

chalk, pencil.

Other synonyms and related words:

establish, discharge, magnetic disk, evidence, point, reputation, memorialise, exhibit, picture, usher, put, interpret, directory, book of account, tale, get in, deed, dictation, interview, cassette, place down, papers, account book, life story, scratch, jot, demo, immortalise, go into, win, recruit, saucer, bring down, campaign, story, evince, bible, enroll, figure, lay, express, eternize, subjection, destroy, victory, demean, catalogue, drop, prove, get down, magnetic disc, infix, contract, particularize, character, chalk up, logging, come in, memorialize, certificate, write out, ghost, track, copy out, accede, romp, walkaway, cut, memorize, testify, commemorate, scan, literature, land, phonograph record, al-Qur'an, archives, process, leger, life, degrade, show, tape, render, disk, participate, disgrace, proof, mark down, platter, whitewash, leadership, redraft, best, present, eternalise, pencil, dictate, track record, take down, disc, phonograph recording, translate, enrollment, show up, upset, eternalize, unload, enrol, almanac, recordbook, reproduce, double, learn, depict, trail, immortalize, bear witness, criminal record, read, playscript, narration, eternise, ticket, enrolment, understand, go in, write up, study, videotape, post, Muniment, shew, take, program, draft, entry, enlist, pen, scripture, set down, say, embark, rule book, constitution, introduce, move into, intend, get into, chalk, remember, set, series, commentary, memorial, jotting, demonstrate, record book, bulletin, designate, blowout, mark, inscription.

Sense 1 (noun)

story, inscription, word.

Sense 2 (noun)

credentials, life.

Sense 3 (noun)

cassette, cut.

Sense 4 (noun)

post.

Sense 8 (noun)

copy down.

Sense 9 (noun)

thrashing, winning streak, romp, upset, walkover, win, double, victory.

Sense 11 (noun)

round, series, process, charm offensive, trail, syndrome, campaign.

Sense 12 (noun)

denote, connote, cohere, suggest, intend, mean.

account (noun)

dictation, tally.

account of event or proceedings (noun)

entry, scroll, archives, memorandum, inscription, history, memo, documentation, script, registry, track record, report, note, minutes, chronicle, memoir, story, log, memorial, archive, register, journal, annals, file, almanac, directory, document, evidence, diary.

agreement (noun)

contract.

almanac (noun)

registry, yearbook.

background, experience (noun)

work.

book (noun)

leaflet, tome, libretto, verse, compendium, play book, handbook, chapter, manual, tract, magazine, script, insert, work, serial, publication, booklet, textbook, folio, volume, pamphlet, brochure.

certificate (noun)

documentation.

chronicle (noun)

daybook, chronology, biography, newspaper, description, scrapbook, history, enumeration, book, anecdote, calendar, memorandum, autobiography, register, journal, archive, Cashbook, narrative, ledger, index, newsletter, statement, chronicle, catalog, inventory, docket, log, account, diary, album, yearbook, recital, epic, Bank book, memo, notebook.

chronology (noun)

timepiece, time card, minutes, timer.

compact disc (noun)

demo.

duration (noun)

life.

evidence (noun)

proof.

list (noun)

dictionary, file, treasury, thesaurus, Storybook, sum, score, schedule, recount, invoice, store, budget, manifest, blank-book, digest, recording, annals, documentation, summary, roster, menu, roll, itemization, tabulate, pad, check, detail, scroll, total, bill, tally, table, novel, tablet, logbook, waybill, annual, list, collection, census, cash book, registry, workbook, repertory, lexicon, count.

report (noun)

retelling, treatise, article, recounting, report, monograph, memoir, telling, portrayal.

table (noun)

table.

written communication (noun)

document.

chronicle (verb)

enumerate, minute, clock, Journalize, note.

communication (verb)

register, read, enter, put down, show, tape.

give evidence of (verb)

indicate, read, designate, show, say.

list (verb)

collect, document, audit, summarize, itemize.

perception (verb)

register.

record (verb)

indicate, enter, inscribe.

report (verb)

portray, narrate, describe, tell, retell, state.

write (verb)

formulate, ghostwrite, correspond, write, transcribe, rewrite, compose.

write down; store information (verb)

take down, chalk up, write in, tape, tabulate, mark down, enter, set down, cut, list, mark, inscribe, catalog, transcribe, insert, put down, post, videotape, enroll, book, enumerate.

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