Pronunciation of Record
/ɹˈɛkɔːd/, /ɹˈɛkɔːd/, /ɹ_ˈɛ_k_ɔː_d/
Synonyms for record:
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.
put, title, post, series.
sweep, scratch, trail.
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)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
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.
background, experience (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.
timepiece, time card, minutes, timer.
compact disc (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.
written communication (noun)
give evidence of (verb)
write down; store information (verb)
Usage examples for record:
- This was a matter of public record. - "The Long Chance", Peter B. Kyne.
- Yet somewhere in this war, this wonder is done every day and no record is made of it. - "The Martial Adventures of Henry and Me", William Allen White.
- I reckon they won't do the record much good. - "All-Wool Morrison", Holman Day.