例句1. written records of the past
He felt he had really arrived when he made his first record .
“The US military Budget for 2003 is expected to reach X, exceeding the record high of y in the mid 1980s when the United States launched the ”Star Wars“ program as part of its effort to wage a large-scale arms race against the Soviet Union”
Picture image area and photographic sound record on 35mm motion--Picture release prints-Position and dimensions
35mm negative photographic sound record on 35mm motion-picture film--Positions and width dimensions
16mm negative photographic sound record on 16mm motion-picture film--Positions and dimensions
Picture image area and photographic sound record on 16mm motion-picture release prints--Positions and dimensions
At the Olympic Games, he created a new world record .
Turn a phonograph record
I′m sorry we have no record of you.
Beethoven′s manuscript looks like a Bloody record of a tremendous inner Battle
Those with a record of bad conduct
There is no record of a loan ever being refused.
The senators opposition to the new legislation is on record .
Data Printout/Record (ISO/GLP-compliant)
General rule for putting on record of product variety--Part 1: Record card form of product variety
General rule for putting on record of product variety--Part 2: Code card form of product variety
General rule for putting on record of product variety--Part 3: Managerial regulations for putting on record of product variety
The voluminous court record of the long trial.
The two sides of a record .
master record for the production of gramophone records
The needle jumps on this record .
Set a world aviation record .
Set a new production record
the freight index for the line to Japan dropped sharply last week, registering a slump of 40 percent, only 14 points higher than this year′s record low of 812.75 points.
Keep your fingers crossed (that)I′ll break the record .
ISO/GLP-compliant Printout or Record
A port enterprise that intends to cease its operation shall file with the municipal port competent department for record .
Can you play (me)her latest record ?
Play us your favorite record .
Go on record in favor of the mayors reelection.
number record printers
‘A person who has a _record_ that becomes spent is deemed to have no _record_ of that conviction and need not disclose the _record_ when asked about his criminal _record_ .’
‘A higher proportion of them were under arrest or had previous _records_ .’
2.A number of related items of information which are handled as a unit.
‘Basically they’re bogus entities (such as database _records_ , files, spreadsheet entries) that trigger an alarm when accessed.’
‘The key to effective searching of any database is an understanding of the databases structure and its unit _records_ .’
3.A piece or collection of music reproduced on a record or on another medium.
‘my favourite _record_ ’
‘It was the world’s first ever cassette single and the _record_ company took the bold step of not releasing it on vinyl.’
4.A thin plastic disc carrying recorded sound in grooves on each surface, for reproduction by a record player.
‘I’m listening to _records_ in my room’
‘It was in this newsletter that Jake Ludington announced the release of his new eBook which explains how to convert _records_ and audio cassettes to CD.’
5.A thing constituting a piece of evidence about the past, especially an account kept in writing or some other permanent form.
‘identification was made through dental _records_ ’
‘a _record_ of meter readings’
6.An official report of the proceedings and judgement in a court.
‘Evidence from pages 46, 47 and 48 of the transcript of the examination of Luke Brock was read into the court _record_ .’
‘On Friday, the official judgment of his conviction was entered into the court _record_ .’
7.The best performance or most remarkable event of its kind.
‘he held the world _record_ for over a decade’
‘ _record_ profits’
8.The sum of the past achievements or performance of a person, organization, or thing.
‘the safety _record_ at the airport is first class’
‘the team preserved their unbeaten home _record_ ’
1.(of an instrument or observer) show or register (a measurement or result)
‘the temperature was the lowest _recorded_ since 1926’
‘Instruments _recorded_ magnetic fields at the surface and pulses of light from three different layers overhead.’
2.Achieve (a certain score or result)
‘they _recorded_ their first win of the season’
‘Sligo then _recorded_ their first score as the ball was played down the left side to Gerry McGowan, who knocked it over.’
3.Convert (sound or a performance) into a permanent form for subsequent reproduction or broadcast.
‘they were _recording_ a guitar recital’
‘I would go into the studio while the guys were _recording_ ’
4.Produce (a programme, or a piece or collection of music) by recording a performance.
‘they go into the studio next week to _record_ their debut album’
‘they _recorded_ an episode of the show’
5.Set down in writing or some other permanent form for later reference.
‘they were asked to keep a diary and _record_ everything they ate or drank’
‘All this is consistent with rabbinic writings _recorded_ many centuries before.’
6.State or set down publicly or officially.
‘the coroner _recorded_ a verdict of accidental death’
‘Bradford’s Deputy Coroner Mark Hinchcliffe, _recording_ his verdict yesterday, concluded no doctors were to blame.’
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