recordverb [ T ]uk /rɪˈkɔːd/ us /rɪˈkɔːrd/
record verb [ T ] (STORE ELECTRONICALLY)
Cliff Richard has recorded more number one hit songs than any other British pop star. 在英國流行樂歌星中，克利夫．理查錄製的榮登排行榜榜首的歌曲數量最多。
I tried to call her, but all I got was a recorded message saying that she was away for the weekend. 我每次給她打電話聽到的都是電話答錄機中說她外出度週末的錄音。
record verb [ T ] (STORE INFORMATION)
Unemployment is likely to reach the highest total that has ever been recorded. 失業總人數很可能會創下有史以來的最高紀錄。
[ + that ] In his journal, Captain Scott recorded that he and his companions were weakened by lack of food. 在日誌中，斯科特船長寫道，因缺少食物他和同伴們身體虛弱不堪。
- Travel agencies have recorded a falling-off in bookings this summer.
- This was the diary in which Gina recorded her innermost thoughts and secrets.
- The scientists have been recording levels of pollution in the area for the last 15 years.
- The role of the stenographer was to record the exchanges that took place in the courtroom.
- The rings in the trunk of the tree record the amount by which it grew each year.
record noun (INFORMATION)
for the record
record noun (MUSIC)
Would you like to listen to some records? 你想聽些唱片嗎？
The Beatles' first hit record was "Love Me Do". 披頭四樂隊的第一首走紅歌曲是《請愛我》。
- Many of the Rolling Stones' records have become rock classics.
- Music companies have profited from the dominance of CDs over vinyl records.
- Within a few years of their introduction, CDs were outselling vinyl records.
- Their first record didn't even chart .
- The group have just signed with a new record label.
record noun (BEST)
He ran the 100 metres in 9.79 seconds and broke/smashed the world record. 他以9.79秒的成績跑完了100米，打破了世界紀錄。
- Christie has clipped a tenth of a second off the record.
- It was her first crack at beating the record.
- Fitzgerald is keen to emulate Martin's record of three successive world titles.
- He failed in his attempt to break the record.
- His time for the 100 metres surpassed the previous world record by one hundredth of a second.