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A thing constituting a piece of evidence about the past, especially an account kept in writing or some other permanent form
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“An official record of his testimony was published following the hearing.”
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The sum of the past achievements or performance of a person, organization, or thing
“He has an excellent record of turning around failing businesses.”
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The most extreme known value of some variable
“The team has set a new record for most points scored in a single game.”
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The best performance, or most remarkable event, of its kind
“She set a personal record of 50.74 seconds for the distance in 1999.”
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A criminal record
“We conduct standard checks to ensure that you do not have a record before confirming your employment.”
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Anything serving as evidence or as a memorial
“The collection serves as a record of the enduring fascination with the region and its influence on aesthetics, technology and design.”
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A thin plastic disc carrying recorded sound in grooves on each surface, for reproduction by a record player
“Looking through my record collection for some suitable background music, I was spoiled for choice.”
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A brief written or spoken account or description, giving only basic details
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A set of structured activities or events
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The act of presenting or enumerating a list of things
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An idea or outline of something
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A note or annotation
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A final score or total
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Book of laws
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A figure or amount shown by a meter or other measuring instrument
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A small document, included with an employee's wage or salary, giving details of money earned and tax and insurance paid
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A sheet of paper (or similar) on which score is kept
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Readout or display
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One's past or history
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The extent to which someone is employable based on their skills or qualifications
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A mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something
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A written or spoken agreement, usually legal or official
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A significant stage or event in the development of something
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(accounting, finance) A payment or liability
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A bill for goods or services provided over a period
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A person's ancestors or family and social background
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A barely discernible indication of something
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A musical composition
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A diagrammatic representation of an area of land or sea showing physical features, cities, roads, etc
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A mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing
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To set down in writing, or some other permanent form, for later reference
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“It's important for boards to record minutes of shareholder meetings.”
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(of an instrument or observer) To show or register a measurement or result
“In both cases, the device was able to record an accurate measurement.”
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To achieve or reach a given level, score, result or amount
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“Both teams were the only ones in the field to record a gross score below par for the round.”
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To make a recording of (in audio or video form)
“I'll record the game so we can watch it later.”
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To produce a new recording of
“The band finally decided it was time to head to the studio to record some tracks for their new album.”
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To create a list or enumerated account of
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To calculate the total number of
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To capture as a picture, image or photograph
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To watch over or guard carefully
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To show (information, etc) in written form
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To hear a conversation one is not intended to hear
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To put in a concise form
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Plan, map out
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To measure the time taken by a process or activity
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To produce (a list or book) by assembling information collected from other sources
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To represent by a drawing, painting, or other art forms
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To add annotation to
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To impress in the mind of
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To record a receivable in the bookkeeping
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To investigate the opinions or experiences of people by asking them questions
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Sign up for responsibility
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Adjective
Being the highest or lowest, or best or worst ever achieved
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“The company has just announced record profits for the current financial year.”
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Never done or known before
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