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verb as in transfer to another medium

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With this new integration, Otter Assistant can now join and transcribe meetings on more platforms, even if the Otter user is not attending the meeting.

Students’ conversations and debates are recorded, transcribed and collated in a computing cloud that helps teachers tailor lesson plans based on how classmates are interacting with each other.

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At the end of a trip, sit down and transcribe it into a journal, or just leave it as audio notes.

As in later jobs, he often communicated to staff with memos that were dictated into a recording device and transcribed by secretaries.

Another two years went by before the IRS started electronically transcribing the forms.

And we could make copies of these digital files on our computers and transcribe anywhere anytime we wanted.

Have one friend with the tendency to transcribe her day from breakfast to bed?

This glass is now lost, and I transcribe the verses from a detailed description of this chateau published at Paris.

I shall, therefore, transcribe from his book some of the most important remarks bearing on this matter.

We will only transcribe from it one phrase, as explicit as it is short.

One of her first tasks was to transcribe the just written fourth act of Prometheus Unbound.

A few days afterwards I received from Diderot the note I am going to transcribe.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transcribe, such as: decipher, duplicate, interpret, reprint, reproduce, and rewrite.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.