a written, typewritten, or printed copy; something transcribed or made by transcribing.
an exact copy or reproduction, especially one having an official status.
an official report supplied by a school on the record of an individual student, listing subjects studied, grades received, etc.
a form of something as rendered from one alphabet or language into another.

Nearby words

  1. transcortical apraxia,
  2. transcortin,
  3. transcranial,
  4. transcranial magnetic stimulation,
  5. transcribe,
  6. transcriptase,
  7. transcription,
  8. transcriptive,
  9. transcriptome,
  10. transcrystalline

Origin of transcript

1250–1300; Middle English < Latin trānscrīptum thing copied (noun use of neuter of past participle of trānscrībere to transcribe); replacing Middle English transcrit < Old French < Latin, as above; see script Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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British Dictionary definitions for transcript



a written, typed, or printed copy or manuscript made by transcribing
education, mainly US and Canadian an official record of a student's school progress and achievements
any reproduction or copy

Word Origin for transcript

C13: from Latin transcriptum, from transcrībere to transcribe

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Word Origin and History for transcript



"written copy," late 13c., from Latin transcriptum, neuter past participle of transcribere (see transcribe).

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