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A written recording of all proceedings and actions in a lawsuit.


 

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
record (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) (1) to set down in writing furnish written evidence of
(2) to deposit an authentic official copy of - record a deed
b) to state for or as if for the record - voted in favor but recorded certain reservations
c) (1) to register permanently by mechanical means - earthquake shocks recorded by a seismograph
(2) - indicate read the thermometer recorded 90°
2.
to give evidence of
3.
intransitive verb
to cause (as sound, visual images, or data) to be registered on something (as a disc or magnetic tape) in reproducible form to record something
record (noun)
1.
the state or fact of being - recorded
2.
something that as - records
a) something that recalls or relates past events
b) an official document that records the acts of a public body or officer
c) an authentic official copy of a document deposited with a legally designated officer
d) the official copy of the papers used in a law case
3.
a) (1) a body of known or recorded facts about something or someone especially with reference to a particular sphere of activity that often forms a discernible pattern - a good academic record a liberal voting record
(2) a collection of related items of information (as in a database) treated as a unit
b) (1) an attested top performance
(2) an unsurpassed statistic
4.
something on which sound or visual images have been recorded , specifically a disc with a spiral groove carrying recorded sound for phonograph reproduction
record (adjective)
of, relating to, or being one that is extraordinary among or surpasses others of its kind
record (noun)
a function of an electronic device that causes it to record
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
record (noun)
1.
a relating of events usually in the order in which they happened
SYNONYMS:
chronicle, chronology, commentary ( commentaries), history, narration, narrative, record, report, story
RELATED WORDS:
version; deposition, documentation, testament, testimonial, testimony, witness; annals, blog, diary, journal, log, logbook, memoir; minutes, procès-verbal; anecdote, tale, yarn; epic, saga; gest ( geste), romance; recital, recitation; case history, case study
record (noun)
2.
an account of important events in the order in which they happened
SYNONYMS:
annals, chronicle, record
RELATED WORDS:
blog, commentary, diary, journal, memoir, reminiscence(s); autobiography, biography, life; epic, legend, narrative, saga, story, tale; archives, documentation, log, register, report; chronology, genealogy
record (verb)
1.
to make a written note of
SYNONYMS:
jot (down), log, mark, note, put down, register, report, set down, take down, write down
RELATED WORDS:
chronicle, minute, transcribe; enregister, enter, inscribe; chalk (up), notch, score
record (verb)
2.
to put (someone or something) on a list
SYNONYMS:
catalog ( catalogue), enroll ( enrol), enter, index, inscribe, put down, record, register, schedule, slate
RELATED WORDS:
book, card, file, note; classify, compile, tabulate, tally; reschedule
NEAR ANTONYMS:
delete
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