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1. transcript

noun. ['ˈtrænˌskrɪpt'] a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record).

Synonyms

  • written record
  • written account

Etymology

  • transcriptum (Latin)

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Rhymes with Transcript

  • conscript
  • javascript
  • manuscript
  • postscript
  • postscript
  • telescript

Sentences with transcript


1. Noun, singular or mass
Locate the agency procedures for requesting a transcript of the call or of the logs.

Quotes about transcript


1. Nakalimutan na ng tao ang kabanalan n'ya, na mas marami pa s'yang alam kesa sa nakasulat sa Transcript of Records n'ya, mas marami pa s'yang kayang gawin kesa sa nakalista sa resume n'ya, at mas mataas ang halaga n'ya kesa sa presyong nakasulat sa payslip n'ya tuwing sweldo.
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2. Increasing pressure on students to subject themselves to ever more tests, whittling themselves down to rows and rows of tight black integers upon a transcript, all ready to goose-step straight into a computer.
- Leah Hager Cohen, Heart, You Bully, You Punk

2. transcript

noun. ['ˈtrænˌskrɪpt'] something that has been transcribed; a written record (usually typewritten) of dictated or recorded speech.

Synonyms

  • writing
  • piece of writing

Etymology

  • transcriptum (Latin)
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