typewritten transcript: bản đánh máy sao lại (một bài đã ghi âm)
transcripts'trænskrɪpt noun +something that has been transcribed; a written record (usually typewritten) of dictated or recorded speech +a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record)
Most linguists regarded writing as a mere transcript of language.
2 (carbon or machine or Xerox or photostatic or xerographic) copy, carbon, duplicate, duplication, photocopy, reproduction, Photostat, Colloq dupe:
I have requested a transcript of the court proceedings.
Advanced English Dictionary
+noun 1 (also transcription) a written or printed copy of words that have been spoken: a transcript of the interview / speech / trial 2 (especially AmE) an official record of a student's work that shows the courses they have taken and the marks/grades they have achieved
Collocation Dictionary noun
faithful, full, verbatim | edited | official | radio, video | interview, trial
VERB + TRANSCRIPT
read (through), go through | make | print, publish
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