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account a record of money spent or received. [2/6 definitions]
cash register a business machine with a drawer that holds money. A cash register is used in places such as stores and restaurants to accept payments and give change. A cash register also keeps a record of money that goes in and out.
chart to make a map of or record the measurements of. [1/4 definitions]
clean slate an honorable record. [2 definitions]
constitution (sometimes capitalized) the written record of such a system. [1/3 definitions]
debit an amount of money taken out of or owed on an account, or the record of that amount. [1/2 definitions]
demerit a mark made on a person's record because of some fault or failure.
diary a daily record of a person's experiences and thoughts. [1/2 definitions]
dictate to say or read aloud for someone to write down or for a machine to record. [1/3 definitions]
disk a phonograph record. [2/3 definitions]
entry something that is added to a written list or record. [1/4 definitions]
history the written record of things that happened in the past. [2/4 definitions]
journal a record of a person's experiences, thoughts, or daily events; diary. [1/2 definitions]
keep track of to record the movements or progress of.
log1 a daily record of a trip by a ship or plane. A log keeps records of speed, distance traveled, and any important events. [2/5 definitions]
magnetic tape a thin plastic ribbon with a magnetic coating, used to record sound and images. Magnetic tape is found in audio cassettes and videocassettes.
microphone a device that changes sound waves into electronic signals. Microphones are used to make sounds louder or to broadcast or record them.
minute1 (plural) the written record of a meeting. [1/4 definitions]
phonograph a machine that reproduces sound that has been recorded in the grooves of a disk; record player.
recording the act or process of making a record, compact disk, or cassette tape. [2 definitions]
register a book used to record names, events, or other information. [2/9 definitions]