verb (used with object), tran·scribed, tran·scrib·ing.
- transcortical apraxia,
- transcranial magnetic stimulation,
Origin of transcribe
Examples from the Web for transcribe
And we could make copies of these digital files on our computers and transcribe anywhere anytime we wanted.
Have one friend with the tendency to transcribe her day from breakfast to bed?Seven Hacks to Revolutionize Your Facebook Experience|Nina Strochlic|September 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The third address “to the Christians” is too long to transcribe here; and should in fairness have been given in the biography.William Blake|Algernon Charles Swinburne
Cost what it will, I must transcribe the first section of this statute, with all its parliamentary verbiage.Novanglus, and Massachusettensis|John Adams
It was couched in the formula of chivalric language, which it would be superfluous here to transcribe.Gomez Arias|Joaqun Telesforo de Trueba y Coso
Apparently he allowed Van Buchell to transcribe the description and the rough pen-sketch from his notebook or traveler's diary.Shakespearean Playhouses|Joseph Quincy Adams
If the reader suspects that we are going to transcribe the formula for the preparation of these sauces, he is disappointed.The Gastronomic Regenerator:|Alexis Soyer
- to transfer (information) from one storage device, such as punched cards, to another, such as magnetic tape
- to transfer (information) from a computer to an external storage device
Word Origin for transcribe
1550s, from Latin transcribere "to copy, write again in another place, write over, transfer," from trans- "over" (see trans-) + scribere "write" (see script (n.)). To do it poorly is to transcribble (1746). Related: Transcribed; transcribing.