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for the record

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor the recordfor the recordspokenSAY/STATE used to tell someone that what you are saying should be remembered or written down For the record, the police never charged me. record
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for the recordFor the record, the official score was France 3, the U.S. 1.The same procedure for verification was followed as for the records of the meetings.He pay seventy-five cents for the record and he make two hundred dollars off it.Their names for the record Dave Tilson and Pat Fenlon.Leicester wobbled, but they hung on for the record equalling win.Gore's people remain, for the record, very confident of their ultimate success.This call has been taped, for the record.It was a record year, too, for the record stall.
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