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Pronunciation: /trænˈskrɪpʃən; trænˈskrɪpʃən; trɑːn-/

Translation of transcription in Spanish:

noun/nombre

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  • 1.1 (of speech, music etc) transcripción (feminine) phonetic transcription transcripción fonética
    Example sentences
    • Quotes in this article were derived from tape transcriptions or written notes compiled during interviews.
    • Instead of transcriptions of what he wrote, the book is scanned pages of his journals.
    • Adams changes that to a simple ‘has’ and passes off his version as a word-perfect transcription.
    Example sentences
    • The pieces in Musicks Hand-maide are transcriptions of such music, played here on the virginals.
    • Yet several works were commissioned for smart urban dance, music-theatre and performance-art events; five of the 22 tracks are clever transcriptions of Shostakovich piano pieces.
    • The pieces were a Schubert-Liszt transcription and a study by Scriabin.
    1.2 [Audio] grabación (feminine)

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