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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtranscripttran‧script /ˈtrænskrɪpt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 TCRCOPYa written or printed copy of a speech, conversation etctranscript of A transcript of the tapes was presented in court.2 American EnglishSE an official college document that shows a list of a student’s classes and the results they received
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transcriptThe lawyers also said they want to get a transcript of the cockpit voice recorder.A transcript was made of the examination.FIG. 4 Expression studies of the atk transcript. a, Expression of the atk transcript in a variety of human tissues.Sometimes the questioning went on for several days, and always the words were transcribed to fill hundreds of pages of transcript.After 10 minutes, the reactions were stopped and the transcripts produced analyzed by primer extension, polyacrylamide-urea gel electrophoresis and autoradiography.The mutation leads to change in the transcript level equilibrium.Democrats said the transcript of the conference call show Gingrich doing just that.The transcript showed without a doubt that the attack not only took place but was in fact deliberate.transcript ofA transcript of Clay's testimony was released to the press.