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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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"Those 50/50 decisions that you get in rugby have not gone our way and we want to put the record straight.
"I think Gloucester will want to put the record straight after we beat them three times last season in the Heineken and Anglo-Welsh Cup."
"There are times you want to say things, because you think you want to put the record straight," he acknowledges.
"I think that 2012, from my point of view, is an absolutely dream scenario, not just for me personally, but also so that people like Shanaze can go back to put the record straight. I can see it now.
Tim Piggot-Smith as PG Wodehouse A drama, starring Tim Piggot-Smith as Wodehouse, attempts to put the record straight by looking at events of 1941.
I DO think I need to say something about Dr Vincent McKee, if only to put the record straight about him and his totally unacceptable behaviour.
CONTRARY to your article in a recent edition of the Examiner edition giving a positive report concerning Airsoft activities in Delves Wood Beaumont Park I'd like to put the record straight by stating that there is enormous opposition to this activity talking place here.
* SIR - In relation to comments on the Western Mail letters page this week I thought I'd put the record straight with regards to EID regulation.
"Now we have put the record straight and the horse will next be aimed at the Prix Maurice Gillois back at Auteuil in a month's time.
"They are probably still carrying a lot of pain from our fixtures last year and I would have thought there will be a determined group of players at Gloucester who will want to put the record straight.
So, just to put the record straight for our Trinidadean readers - it was the excesses of OTHER footballers that make it into the headlines: Clayton is the good guy!
To put the record straight: in 2007 54 per cent of pupils at Mountain Ash Comprehensive School achieved the Level 2 threshold (equivalent to 5 grades A-C at GCSE), two points above the LEA figure and one point below the all-Wales figure.
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, whose conduct in the aftermath of the shooting is the subject of an official inquiry, said his force "could have put the record straight" about a number of issues.
It was the first defeat for Norton and a possible European title fight now beckons, while Norton is keen to put the record straight against Corbett.
Maybe some astute Mirror reader can put the record straight for us?