Synonyms of record in English:

record

noun

  • 1 written records of the past
    account(s), document(s), documentation, data, file(s), dossier(s), evidence, report(s); annals, archive(s), chronicle(s); minutes, transactions, proceedings, transcript(s); certificate(s), instrument(s), deed(s); register, log, logbook
    trademark daytimer
    Lawmuniment(s)
  • 2 we just lounged about, listening to records and chatting and laughing
    album, vinyl
    dated phonograph record, LP, single, forty-five, seventy-eight
  • 3 the judge weighed the factor of his good record
    previous conduct/performance, track record, history, life history, reputation
  • 4 she's got armed robbery on her record
    criminal record, police record
    informal rap sheet
  • 5 she won the race and set a new record
    best performance, highest achievement; best time, fastest time; world record
  • 6 a lasting record of what they have achieved
    reminder, memorial, souvenir, memento, remembrance, testament
  • adjective

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  • 1 record profits
    record-breaking, best ever, unsurpassed, unparalleled, unequaled, second to none
  • verb

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  • 1 the doctor recorded her blood pressure
    write down, put in writing, take down, note, make a note of, jot down, put down on paper; document, put on record, enter, register, log; list, catalog
  • 2 the thermometer recorded a high temperature
    indicate, register, show, display
  • 3 the team recorded their fourth win
    achieve, accomplish, chalk up, notch up
  • 4 the recital was recorded live
    make a record/recording of, tape, tape-record; video-record, videotape, video
  • Phrases

    off the record

  • 1.1 his comments were off the record
    unofficial, confidential, in (strict) confidence, not to be made public
  • 2.1 they admitted, off the record, that they had made a mistake
    unofficially, privately, in (strict) confidence, confidentially, between ourselves
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