Synonyms of record in English:

record


See definition of record

noun

1‘written records of the past’

SYNONYMS

documentation, data, information, evidence

minutes, transactions, proceedings

diary, journal, memoir

register, log, logbook

yearbook, almanac

inventory, list, catalogue

case history, case study, casebook

procès-verbal

2‘I spent a lot of time listening to records’

SYNONYMS

album

vinyl

tape, cassette, disc, compact disc, CD

recording, release

dated gramophone record, LP, long-player, single, forty-five

seventy-eight, 78

British dated black disc

North American dated phonograph record

3‘Cameron would have faced a High Court sentence had it not been for his good record’

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previous conduct, previous performance, track record, previous accomplishments, previous achievements, career to date, history, past, life history, background

reputation

curriculum vitae

4‘he's got a record as long as my arm’

SYNONYMS

criminal record, police record, list of offences, list of previous convictions

previous

history of crime

crime sheet

British informal form

North American informal rap sheet

5‘it was my greatest race and a British record’

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best performance, highest achievement, star performance

best time, fastest time, furthest distance

personal best

world record

6‘a personal and lasting record of what they have achieved’

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reminder, memorial, souvenir, memento, token, token of remembrance, remembrance, keepsake, testimony, testament, testimonial, witness, monument


adjective

1‘the company announced record pre-tax profits’

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record-breaking, best ever, its best, one's best, optimum, unbeaten, unsurpassed, unparalleled, unequalled, superlative, second to none, never previously achieved

ANTONYMS

worst


verb

1‘the doctor recorded her blood pressure on a chart’

SYNONYMS

write down, set down, put in writing, put down, take down, note, make a note of, jot down, put down on paper, commit to paper

document, put on record, post

enter, minute, register, chronicle, file, put on file, chart, docket, log

inscribe, transcribe

list, catalogue, make an inventory of

rare diarize

2‘the thermometer recorded a temperature of 99°F’

SYNONYMS

indicate, register, read, show, display

3‘the team recorded their fourth away win of the season’

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achieve, accomplish, gain, earn, chalk up, notch up, turn in

informal clock up

4‘the recital was recorded live at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival’

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make a record of, make a recording of, tape, tape-record

video-record, videotape, video, audiotape

telerecord

5‘he took time out from working with the band to record a new solo album’

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make, produce, cut, put on disc, put on tape

informal lay down, put on wax


Phrases

    off the record

      1‘he was at pains to emphasize that his comments were off the record’

      SYNONYMS

      unofficial, confidential, in confidence, in strict confidence, not for publication, not for public consumption, not to be made public, not for circulation, not to be disclosed, not to be mentioned, private, secret, classified

      ANTONYMS

      official

      2‘senior opposition figures are beginning to admit, off the record, that they made a mistake’

      SYNONYMS

      unofficially, privately, in confidence, in strict confidence, confidentially, between ourselves

      sub rosa

      in petto

      entre nous

      informal

      between you, me, and the bedpost, and the gatepost

      archaic

      under the rose

      ANTONYMS

      officially, publicly