verb (used with object), tran·scribed, tran·scrib·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for transcribe
After I transcribed our lively talk, I decided to step out of the picture and present his views on their own, under short subheads.
For instance, when you talk to Amazon’s Alexa you might have workers transcribing what you say so that the voice recognition algorithm learns to understand speech better.AI needs to face up to its invisible-worker problem|Will Heaven|December 11, 2020|MIT Technology Review
If that virus attacks them or their descendants again, the bacteria transcribe the part of CRISPR that contains the viral DNA into RNA.Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for CRISPR ‘Genetic Scissors’|Jordana Cepelewicz|October 7, 2020|Quanta Magazine
I’d known as soon as Sammy first walked me through his process that this wasn’t the sort of recipe I could transcribe, fold up, and stash away for safekeeping.Until I Can Go Back to My Favorite Restaurant, This Jerk Paste Is the Next Best Thing|Elazar Sontag|September 25, 2020|Eater
The problem was that Genius didn’t really have any rights in the lyrics it was transcribing and displaying, despite having legally licensed them from music publishers.Genius not looking so smart after Google escapes liability for ‘misappropriating’ lyrics|Greg Sterling|August 11, 2020|Search Engine Land
According to the transcriber, Kerry “asserted that [Qatar's prime minister] was preaching to the converted.”A One-Sided House Hearing Against Palestinian Reconciliation|Zaid Jilani|February 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Transcriber's note: Minor spelling and punctuation inconsistencies, mainly quotes that had not been closed, have been harmonized.On Patrol|John Graham Bower
On some reading devices, inline stage directions are set off from the text by parentheses added by the transcriber.The Fatal Dowry|Philip Massinger
Errors of the first transcriber are corrected by a later hand, and noticed in the margin or between the lines.
The transcriber created the cover image, and hereby releases it to the public domain.
Transcriber's Notes: No corrections of typographical or other errors have been made to this text.The Raid of John Brown at Harper's Ferry as I Saw It|Rev. Samuel Vanderlip Leech
British Dictionary definitions for transcribe
- 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