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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: transcriptum, from Latin transcribere; TRANSCRIBE

transcript

noun
     
Related topics: Education, Recording
tran‧script [countable]
1TCR a written or printed copy of a speech, conversation etc
transcript 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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