Another word for record
Types of records include: register, catalog, list, inventory, file, database, ledger, itinerary, narration, memo, memorandum, registry, schedule, chronicle, docket, scroll, archive, note, contract, statement, will, testament, petition, calendar, log, logbook, letter, memoir, reminiscence, dictation, confession, deposition, inscription, official record, sworn document, evidence, license, bulletin, gazette, newspaper, magazine, annual report, journal, Congressional Record, transactions, debates, bill, annals, presidential order, state paper, white paper, blue book, budget, report, entry, book, publication, autograph, signature, vital statistics, deed, paper, diary, stenographic notes, ledger, daybook, almanac, proceedings, minutes, description, affidavit, certificate, muniment, memorabilium, transcript, dossier, roll, audiotape, videotape, computer disk, computer diskette, floppy disk, hard disk, CD-ROM, mag tape, magnetic tape.
career, experience, work, accomplishment, background, case history, studies, credentials, way of life, past behavior, past performance, reign, administration, official conduct, track record*; see also life 2, rÃ©sumÃ© 2.
A device for the reproduction of sound
recording, disk, album, compact disk, CD, phonograph record, LP, laser disk, single, release, wax cylinder, wax plate, recording wire, transcription, canned music, cut*, take*, platter*; see also cassette.
To write down
register, write, write in, put down, mark down, jot down, set down, note down, take down, put on record, transcribe, list, note, file, mark, inscribe, log, catalog, tabulate, put in writing, put in black and white, chronicle, keep accounts, keep an account of, make a written account of, put on paper, preserve, make an entry in, chalk up, write up, enter, enroll, matriculate, report, book, post, journalize, copy, document, insert, enumerate, spill ink; see also write 1, 2.
To record electronically