Translation of transcribe in Spanish:

transcribe

Pronunciation: /trænˈskraɪb; trænˈskraɪb; trɑːn-/

vt

  • 1.1 [music/speech/shorthand] transcribir* to transcribe sth phonetically hacer* una transcripción fonética de algo, transcribir* algo fonéticamente
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    • When the sun was three-fourths of the way down, I began to write, scribbling furiously to finish transcribing my thoughts before the light was lost altogether and we met as a group.
    • Her speeches were never transcribed - at least during her stay abroad - and were never distributed adequately to the public.
    • All interviews were then transcribed verbatim (with the exception of minor phrases such as ‘uh-huh’).
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    • Finally one day Jeanne got tired of trying to transcribe my notes that were scribbled on numerous bits of paper in longhand.
    • In the seminary classroom I taught relative clauses by transcribing examples of Kiswahili sentences on the blackboard with their English equivalents.
    • Should I, perhaps, apply more editorial distance when transcribing my notes to your page?
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    • In those early years he would frequently transcribe orchestral music for the organ.
    • They also transcribed music for the instrument from many sources, most notably the harpsichord, violin and piano.
    • Liszt developed a physical virtuosity for the instrument and transcribed for it, sacrificing musical subtlety to an astonishing mechanical technique.
    1.2 [Audio] grabar

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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.