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Definition of "transcribed" []

  • To write, type, or print out fully from speech, notes, etc (verb)
  • To make a phonetic transcription of (verb)
  • To transliterate or translate (verb)
  • To make an electrical recording of (a programme or speech) for a later broadcast (verb)
  • To rewrite (a piece of music) for an instrument or medium other than that originally intended; arrange (verb)
  • To transfer (information) from one storage device, such as punched cards, to another, such as magnetic tape (verb)
  • To transfer (information) from a computer to an external storage device (verb)
  • To convert the genetic information in (a strand of DNA) into a strand of RNA, esp messenger RNA (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of transcribe. (verb)

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Use "transcribed" in a sentence
  • "13-14In both these lines, the word transcribed as “when” may be “where.”"
  • "Monthly Magazine and Universal Register: We shall feel happy if the introduction of the following notice transcribed from the Bury Post, shall serve to promote its object – – the relieving of a modest and worthy man and an ingenious poet from difficulties under which we regret to learn that he at present labours:"
  • "As many commentators have remarked, automatic authority checking both for correction of mistakes and for collocation in the presence of variation ONLY works if the information is both transcribed from the piece into the bibliographical record and the correct/authorized/standard form established in an authority file."