There are 2 main translations of récord in English:

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récord 1

also: record
Example sentences
  • Treinta fincas fueron certificadas en tiempo récord (5 meses).
  • El diferencial tocó un récord intradía de 17.23 dólares el martes.
  • Hace sólo doce meses el ambiente era de optimismo, cinco años de crecimiento rápido y casi récord.

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There are 2 main translations of récord in English:

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récord 2 also: record

sustantivo masculino plural -cords

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  • One Piece vuelve a romper récords de venta.
  • Más temprano, la plata anotó un récord de 31 años antes de retroceder.
  • El piloto de Anzoátegui entró en los libros de récords de la LPB.

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