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recordnoun

  • ja記録(文書)、履歴
  • enan account, especially in writing, of facts, events, etc. for preservation

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How did you even know I was allergic to Bush Daisies?
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I do my research.
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You looked up my medical records?
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I’ll answer that right after you stick your face in those Bush Daisies!
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That's not Brandon's profile. It's mine.
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I just want a quick peek at your attendance record.
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We'll need to contact your pediatrician for—
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I have his records.
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So there's a good chance that Megan was never raped?
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These are Megan's medical records.
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An intact hymen.
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She's a virgin.
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We have to establish that Jamie's alive.
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There must be records.

Other meanings for record...

recordverb

  • ja記録する、録音[録画]する
  • ento set down in writing or some other permanent form for later reference, especially officially
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Start recording.
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Ryan's big project was the website, which wasn't doing so well.
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So Ryan, to give the impression of sales, recorded them twice,
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once as office sales and once as website sales,
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which is what we refer to in the business as "misleading the shareholders."
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The point is, without any good leads, Kelly will give the order to use the stingray,
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an order that we will record thanks to our very own Madeline Wuntch.
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Dwight.
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Michael.
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I hope you're not recording this conversation.
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Good.
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I'm on it!
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Must record!
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Must record!
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Camera on.
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All right, here we go.
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Dancing over.
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Situation defused.
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No!
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I've been telling everyone on my staff to watch this show.
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And Andy, have you seen it yet? Have you watched?
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- Uh, no, I've recorded it. I have not watched it. - All right.
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When our next guest found out she was pregnant with her 4th child,
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she thought it would be funny to record her husband's reaction.
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The video has now been viewed over 105 million times.
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Stevie, record over here.
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Okay, I'm sorry about that.
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- Thank you. - Yeah.

recordnoun

  • ja〔競技などの〕記録
  • enthe best result or the highest or lowest level that has ever been reached, especially in sport
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Led by pitcher Barry Zito and infielder Miguel Tejada,
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the A's broke the record for the longest winning streak by an American League team.
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How many toilets have you cleaned?
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- I'm not quite sure. - Seargent, I asked you a question.
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Eight hundred and seventy-three.
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Eight hundred and seventy-three.
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That has to be a record.
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We're off to a great start, aren't we?
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I knew I'd get you here fast,
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but this is gotta be some kind of a record!
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Ty and I are about to attempt the world record for the most consecutive punts, caught and held.
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We need 5 to break the record.
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Let's do it!
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We didn't break any records.
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Oh, yes, we did.
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We broke the record for most attempts to get in the book of world records!
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They say we're the most determined neighborhood they've ever heard of!
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I've never seen so many strokes taken on a single hole in all of my life.
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This is gotta be some kinda record.