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Synonyms for record

Synonyms for record

to place on a list or in a record

to give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale

Synonyms for record

anything (such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph) providing permanent evidence of or information about past events

the number of wins versus losses and ties a team has had

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the sum of recognized accomplishments

a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone

an extreme attainment

a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted

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register electronically

indicate a certain reading

be aware of


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be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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To set the record straight, Mr Khan proposed marriage to Ms Bushra Maneka; but Ms Maneka asked for time to make a final decision after consulting her family, including her children,' the PTI tweeted.
If you've any pride in yourself the players will want to show our last match against Ballyclare was a fluke day, so we have a chance to set the record straight.
But Ricky is the most honest man you will ever meet and he knows he must set the record straight in the second fight.
There's so much misinformation out there about everything that I'm going to set the record straight once and for all," he told the New York Daily News.
So let me set the record straight as to the last time Rangers enjoyed back-to-back SPL wins over Celtic in the same campaign.
I wasn't running or hiding from anybody, except I was human and had succumbed to sleep," said Bolger, clearly feeling a need to set the record straight after learning of the collapse of the Guineas and Derby markets when reading the front page of last Tuesday's Racing Post.
asked the City Council to waive attorney-client privilege so his office could set the record straight and speak publicly about what information the council was provided on Pierce's hazing history.
Shea (professor of History of Science, University of Padua) and Mariano Artigas (Dean of the Ecclesiastical Faculty, University of Navarra, Spain) present Galileo Observed: Science and the Politics of Belief, a history written to set the record straight about what really happened at Galileo's famous trial, unmuddled by propaganda or novelizations.
The following week, the Times-Dispatch did a follow-up story about this shooting, and though this article set the record straight about what actually happened on that fateful night, the story still emphasized that the boy never really intended to hurt anyone.
Spurred by a letter to the editor of his religious college newspaper condemning homosexuality with Bible verses, Justin Cannon decided to set the record straight.
I felt the need to write you and set the record straight on this guy.
To set the record straight, rotenone is not commonly used in organic agriculture.
To help set the record straight, Americans United has produced a new brochure that explains how meaningful religious liberty cannot survive without separation of church and state.
The Music Educators National Conference is launching the National Anthem Project next spring to set the record straight.
This revision of history seeks to set the record straight about the roles of Alexander Fleming, Howard Florey, and Ernst Chain in the creation of penicillin and the advent of modern medicine AS Lax reports, Fleming discovered a stray mold's potential against bacteria in a chance observation and subsequently coined the term penicillin.