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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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transcriptiontran‧scrip‧tion /trænˈskrɪpʃən/ noun  1 [uncountable]SLCOPY when you transcribe something Pronunciation is shown by a system of phonetic transcription.2 [countable]COPY an exact written or printed copy of something syn transcript
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transcriptionThe first step in genome expression, i.e. transcription, was studied in order to test these hypotheses.The first twenty words used in production and their contexts of use will be identified by phonetic transcription.Metaphor is the dominant structuring mechanism of the novels, stylized transcription of consciousness their fictional mode.The result is that today a recording is seldom the transcription of a single musical event.Work at your transcription for four or five minutes.
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