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record

noun (STORED INFORMATION) 儲存資訊     /ˈrek.ɔːd/ US  /-ɚd/
[C or U] a piece of information or a description of an event which is written on paper or stored on a computer 記錄;記載 The weather centre keeps a record of the weather. 氣象中心對天氣情況都備有記錄。 This summer has been the hottest on record (= the hottest summer known about). 今年夏天是有史以來最熱的。 Information and messagesPieces of writing
[C] information about someone or something which is stored by the police or by a doctor 前科;病歷 A person's medical records are confidential. 一個人的病歷是保密的。 He is well known to the police and has a long criminal record (= a list kept by the police of his previous crimes). 他是警察局的常客,有一大堆的犯罪前科。 Information and messagesThe police generally
[C] the facts that are known about a person or a company and the actions they have done in the past 履歷;歷史;經歷 I won't fly with an airline that has a bad safety record (= whose aircraft have often had accidents). 我可不願意搭乘安全紀錄很差的航空公司的航班。 Official documents
for the record
something that you say before you tell someone something important that you want them to remember (用於對聽話人強調所說之話的重要性)為記錄在案目的 And, just for the record, we were never any more than good friends. 而且,我鄭重聲明,我們一直是好朋友,僅此而已。 Honesty, openness and sincerity
(Definition of record noun (STORED INFORMATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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