record


record
I
n.
best performance

1) to establish, set a (new) record

2) to equal, tie a record

3) to beat, better, break, surpass a record

4) to hold a record

5) an unbroken record

6) an attendance; speed record

7) a national; Olympic; world record

8) records fall

account of events
file

9) to keep; make a record (to keep a record of events)

10) to close; open up a record

11) to destroy records

12) an accurate; detailed; official; sketchy; verbatim record

13) public record (a matter of public record)

14) medical records

15) of; on record (the coldest day on record)

16) (misc.) to set the record straight ('to correct a misunderstanding')

past performance

17) (to have) a clean; good record

18) an academic; distinguished; excellent; mediocre, spotty; safety; service record (her academic record is excellent; he's been in jail and has a police record; this airline's safety record is impeccable; she has a distinguished record as a public official)

recorded crimes

19) to have a record (he's been in jail and has a record)

20) a criminal, police record

publication
public disclosure

21) to go on record

22) for the record (was his statement for the record?)

23) off the record (what she told the reporters was off the record)

grooved disc

24) to cut (AE), make a record

25) to play a record

26) a gramophone (BE), phonograph (AE); long-playing record

II
v.

1) to record live

2) (L) ('to report') the newspapers recorded that a new era in international cooperation had begun

* * *
['rekɔːd]
Olympic
detailed
excellent
good record
long-playing record
make a record
mediocre
open up a record
police record
set a (new) record
sketchy
speed record
spotty
surpass a record
tie a record
verbatim record
world record
phonograph (AE)
service record (her academic record is excellent; he's been in jail and has a police record; this airline's safety record is impeccable; she has a distinguished record as a public official)
on record (the coldest day on record)
(L) ('to report') the newspapers recorded that a new era in international cooperation had begun
['account of events'] ['file'] to keep
['best performance'] to establish
['past performance'] (to have) a clean
['publication'] ['public disclosure'] to go on record
a criminal
a national
an academic
an accurate
an attendance
an unbroken record
medical records
of
to beat
to close
to destroy records
to equal
to hold a record
to play a record
to record live
records fall
(misc.) to set the record straight ('to correct a misunderstanding')
['grooved disc'] to cut (AE)
a gramophone (BE)
public record (a matter of public record)
['recorded crimes'] to have a record (he's been in jail and has a record)
for the record (was his statement for the record?)
off the record (what she told the reporters was off the record)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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