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/ˈtranˌskript/,
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transcripts, plural;
  1. A written or printed version of material originally presented in another medium

  2. A length of RNA or DNA that has been transcribed respectively from a DNA or RNA template

  3. An official record of a student's work, showing courses taken and grades achieved


  1. something that has been transcribed; a written record (usually typewritten) of dictated or recorded speech; "he read a transcript of the interrogation"; "you can obtain a transcript of this radio program by sending a self-addressed envelope to the station"
  2. a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record)
  3. In education, a transcript is an inventory of the courses taken and grades earned of a student throughout a course.
  4. A transcript is a written record of spoken language. In court proceedings, a transcript is usually a record of all decisions of the judge, and the spoken arguments by the litigants' lawyers. ...
  5. Medical transcription, also known as MT, is an allied health profession, which deals in the process of transcription, or converting voice-recorded reports as dictated by physicians and/or other healthcare professionals, into text format.
  6. [Please explain revTalk. This page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RunRev contains the term revTalk with a link to the current page. However, revTalk does not even appear on this page. Please either decide between revTalk and Transcript, or make a clear explanation about each.]
  7. The Transcript, published at Ohio Wesleyan University, is the oldest independent college student newspaper in the United States.
  8. (Transcripts) Transcription in the linguistic sense is the conversion of a representation of language into another representation of language, usually in the same language but in a different form. A transcriptionist is a person who performs transcription.
  9. (transcripts) Official record of everything that is said in court.
  10. Official transcripts can be requested on GROWL, or on the Registrar's website.
  11. (Transcripts) (Sylvia Browne and Randi) (Sylvia Browne's manager and Randi) (Altea and James Randi) (Rosemary Altea and Randi) (Sylvia Browne and Randi)
  12. (Transcripts (0240)) Fees paid by students requesting copies of course work taken while attending the University, or another academic institution for which the University has records.
  13. (Transcripts) A record of your academic history at a college, including credits and grades earned in all semesters of attendance.
  14. (Transcripts) A student’s academic record, including all progress and non progress grades as well as the cumulative grade point average. ...
  15. (Transcripts) A transcript is a college record of all coursework taken in both undergraduate and graduate level classes.
  16. (Transcripts) These forms contain your cumulative course work by grade and by year in school. It will show your grade point average (GPA) and your class rank if that information is available. ...
  17. (Transcripts) The printed record of the hearing transcribed (paragraph 24 of Annex B to SR 9.03).
  18. Transcripts itemize the detailed tax history of your Social Security Number or business Employment Identification Number on record with the Internal Revenue Service. ...
  19. A written, word-for-word record of what was said, either in a proceeding such as a trial, or during some other formal conversation, such as a hearing or oral deposition.
  20. A list of all the courses that a student has taken at a particular high school or college with the grades that the student earned in each course.
  21. A certified copy (see "Notarization") of a student's educational record.
  22. the official record of proceedings in a trial or hearing
  23. The official record from a school showing the student's grade records, list of courses taken, cumulative Grade Point Average, and class rank (if the school ranks its students). ...
  24. The official record of high school or college courses and grades, generally required as part of the college application.
  25. A record of the actual floor debate that has taken place in the Senate or the House of Representatives on a legislative day, consisting of what is spoken by each legislator.