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transcribed

adjective as in copied

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adjective as in handwritten

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adjective as in typed

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Strong match

adjective as in written

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Example Sentences

I've transcribed some of his solos for teaching my students at the University of Indiana.

There are 21 volumes of 3-inch notebooks here containing thousands of transcribed conversations.

I thought the tapes that had already been transcribed would answer that.

I taped it every week and transcribed the sketches and watched them back.

Her court testimony and declarations were carefully transcribed and dissected.

Transcribers Notes: This ebook has been transcribed from the original print edition, published in 1767.

He found the poems of Homer, transcribed and arranged them, and caused them to be more generally known.

The first nineteen lines follow, transcribed with a few errors.

I have a great deal to do, or I would long since have transcribed the Sonata I promised you.

I must send it off to-morrow, and as Heaven alone knows what its fate may then be, I wish to get it transcribed.

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On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transcribed, such as: duplicated, and photocopied.

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

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