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3 Translation results for record in Spanish

verb | noun | sustantivo

record verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
recorded, has recorded, is recording, records
anotar, apuntar; registrar, hacer constar; marcar (una temperatura, etc.); grabar

Example sentences of
record verb

  • Be sure to record all your business expenditures.
  • There are similar events all throughout recorded history.
  • The thermometer recorded 40 degrees below zero.
  • A seismograph is a device that measures and records the intensity of earthquakes.
  • Please record the television program for me.
  • He recorded the birthday party with his new video camera.
  • He just recorded his latest album.
  • The show is recorded in front of a live audience.
  • The band spent all night recording.

Synonyms of
record verb

record noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
records
registro, documento oficial; historial; récord; disco (de musica, etc.)

Example sentences of
record noun

  • Unfortunately, there is no record of the transaction.
  • She has a good driving record.
  • The defendant does not have a record.
  • He holds the Olympic record for the shot put.

Synonyms of
record noun

récord sustantivo

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record

Related phrases for record

Reverse translation for record

anotar  - to annotate, to score, to write down, to jot down, to score (in sports) 
apuntar  - to aim, to point, to take aim, to become evident, to write down, to jot down, to point to, to point out, to prompt (in the theater) 
registrar  - to register, to record, to record, to tape, to search, to examine 
marcar  (una temperatura, etc.) - to mark, to score, to brand (livestock), to dial, to indicate, to show, to emphasize, to dial (a telephone), to guard (an opponent), to score (a goal, a point) 
grabar  - to engrave, to record, to tape 
registro  - register, registration, registry, record office, range (of a voice or musical instrument), search 
historial  - record, document, r?sum?, curriculum vitae 
récord  - record 
disco  (de musica, etc.) - phonograph record, disc, disk, discus 
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