In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1masculine documentomasculine registromasculine archivofeminine actafeminine notamedical records — historial médico masculine
- he keeps a record of attendance at meetings — lleva un registro de asistencia a las reuniones
- keep a record of your expenses — anote sus gastos
- no record was taken of what was discussed — no se tomó nota de lo discutido
- there are no written records dating from that period — no hay documentos escritos que daten de ese período
- we have no record of having employed him — no consta en nuestros archivos que haya trabajado aquí
- according to our records — según nuestros datos
- please keep this copy for your records — conserve esta copia para su información
- the wettest March since records began — el marzo más lluvioso del que se tienen datos
- official records — documentos oficiales
- a photographic record of a vanishing way of life — un testimonio fotográfico de un estilo de vida en vías de extinción
- let the record show that … — que conste en acta que …
- it is a matter of record that … — hay constancia de que …
- before noun record keeping — archivado
- The teenager's dental records will be used to make a final identification during a post-mortem examination.
- Travellers in York are compiling a book about their lives which should provide a permanent record of their community's history.
- Historical records provide evidence of at least six volcano slope failures and associated explosive eruptions that occurred over the last century.
- As written records developed, they also used wooden writing boards and wax tablets for work which was not intended to be permanent.
- At times those casual little snapshots become the essential records of meaningful events that passed, barely noticed in their day.
- For archival purposes, the log can be printed daily or weekly as a permanent record.
- They seized a huge amount of information, including invoices, computer disks, accounts, letters, records and other documents.
- The earliest historical records contain evidence of capital punishment.
- On Friday, the official judgment of his conviction was entered into the court record.
- The documentary evidence, records of meetings and intelligence briefings would have been shredded long ago.
- When a certified copy of the court record was produced indicating the two had been bailed, the prison officials rejected the document and demanded an order from the Nuwara Eliya magistrate courts.
- In the absence of the file, Ms. Sava arranged for a search of the court record.
- A transcript will be taken, so that we have a proper record of the evidence given by all our witnesses, and this will be posted on our website later today.
- The Chinese, for instance, have records of the Genesis account and the message of Christ written in the symbols of their language.
- We can only analyse and reconstruct history on the basis of the records and evidence that have been preserved.
- Recognition of the relationship between psyche and soma dates back to antiquity and is captured in written records and historical accounts.
- The fossil record shows that cyanobacteria go back three and a half billion years.
- It is understood the body will have to be identified through dental records.
- Generally, organizations keep records on hand for five years before sending them to the Library of Congress to be preserved.
- Accounting records and practice have also been presented as evidence to support arguments relating to major social and historical issues.
- According to the court record, ‘There he was held for about 24 hours.’
- Landmark dates in the history of radio will be illustrated by archive recordings and written records of the time.
- Evidence from pages 46, 47 and 48 of the transcript of the examination of Luke Brock was read into the court record.
- Police can already scour chat rooms and internet sites and will examine computer records for evidence of sexual grooming.
- I compiled a list last weekend of jobs for this year, and I do want to share it with you and make a permanent record of it for my own purposes.
1.2for the record
- for the record, I had no financial interest in the deal — yo no me beneficiaba con el acuerdo, que conste
- for the record, their team finished third — a propósito, su equipo terminó en tercer lugar
- off the record
- the minister spoke off the record — el ministro habló extraoficialmente
- his off-the-record remarks — sus declaraciones extraoficiales
- on record — en disco
- the police kept their names on record — la policía los fichó
- the hottest summer on record — el verano más caluroso del que se tienen datos
- there are more than 50 instances on record — se han registrado más de 50 casos
- it is on record that at the last committee meeting … — consta en acta que en la última reunión de la comisión …
- she is on record as saying that … — ha declarado públicamente que …
- to put / place sth on record — dejar constancia de algo
- to set / put the record straight, let me point out that … — para poner las cosas en su lugar, permítame señalar que …
2.1(of performance, behavior)they'll have to fight the election on their economic record — van a tener que basar su campaña electoral en sus logros en el plano económico
- a company with an excellent financial record — una compañía con una excelente trayectoria financiera
- he has a good service/academic record — tiene una buena hoja de servicios/un buen currículum / historial académico
- he has a poor record for timekeeping — en cuanto a puntualidad, su expediente no es bueno
- the country's human rights record — la trayectoria del país en materia de derechos humanos
- our products have an excellent safety record — nuestros productos son de probada seguridad
2.2antecedentes (penales)to have a record — tener antecedentes (penales)
- she had a record as long as your arm — tenía un prontuario más largo que un día sin pan
3(highest, lowest, best, worst)récord masculinemarca feminineto break/set a record — batir/establecer un récord / una marca
- to hold the world record — ostentar el récord / la marca mundial
- the high jump record — el récord de salto de altura
- his latest movie has broken box-office records — su última película ha batido todos los récords de taquilla
4Music Audiodisco masculineto make / cut a record — hacer / grabar un disco
- on record — en disco
1(write down)anotarhacer constarit was recorded on his medical card — fue anotado / quedó registrado en su ficha médica
- these letters record the friendship that grew up between them — estas cartas documentan el desarrollo de la amistad que nació entre ellos
- the minutes record that … — consta en el acta que …
- history records that … — cuenta la historia que …
- the bloodiest battle ever recorded — la batalla más sangrienta en los anales de la historia
3(make known formally)(protest/opposition) dejar constancia de(vote) emitir
4(album/program/song) grabarput / set the machine on record — aprieta el botón de 'grabar'
1récordsin precedentesthey completed the work in record time — acabaron el trabajo en un tiempo récord
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