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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations noun: /ˈrɛkɔːrd/, verb: /rɪˈkɔːrd/

US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/v. rɪˈkɔrd; n., adj. ˈrɛkɚd/

US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(v. ri kôrd; n., adj. rekərd)


WordReference English Collocations © 2020

record

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [cycling, sales, speed, weather] record
  2. the [national, world, European, American] record
  3. the [new, old, current] [national] record
  4. the [100] meters record
  5. set a new (world) record (for)
  6. [attempt, try, manage, fail] to break the record
  7. [broke, smashed, bettered, matched] the record
  8. broke the record by [five] [seconds, centimeters, points]
  9. the record [is, stands at] (10 seconds)
  10. the record has stood for [10] [years]
  11. the record remains [unbroken, unmatched, unchallenged]
  12. [school, work, employment, medical, criminal] records
  13. has a criminal record
  14. has a record of [failure, violence]
  15. his [school] record [stopped, prevented] him from
  16. a [proven, successful, good] track record (of)
  17. [keep, maintain, write, compile, show] a record of (events)
  18. we will keep your [CV, comments, information] on record
  19. there's nothing in (our) records by that [name, reference]
  20. the [senator, leader, officer] spoke off the record (about)
  21. for the record, I [agree, know, don't think so]
  22. will only speak off the record
  23. a [vinyl, mono, stereo, 45 rpm, 78 rpm, 10-inch, 7-inch] record
n as adj
  1. a record [collector, sleeve, player]
  2. [produced, released] by the record label
v
  1. record the [show, performance, game]
  2. record a [speech, lecture]
  3. record him [singing, doing, making, saying]
  4. was recorded [singing]
  5. record yourself [singing]
  6. record [video, audio]
  7. record [at home, in the studio]
  8. recorded [an album, the movie]
  9. recorded (it) on [VHS, DVD]
  10. record the [number, data, information results, time]
  11. record [your message, a voicemail]
  12. record over the [show, song]
  13. records my [keystrokes, preferences]
  14. the [account, book, document] records the [life, battle] of
  15. history records [that, how]
  16. [keep, continue, don't stop] recording
  17. recorded and [remastered, remixed]
  18. recorded at [200 mph, 3000 frames per second]
adj
  1. has reached a record [high, low]
  2. has reached record [sales, views]
  3. has been a record number of [deaths, job losses]
  4. a record year for [sales]
  5. was a record [rainfall, snowfall, temperature]
  6. a record [height, time, speed, release]
  7. finished in record time
  8. finished with record speed
additional examples
  1. record the [show, performance, game]
  2. a [cycling, sales, speed, weather] record
  3. has reached a record [high, low]
  4. a record [collector, sleeve, player]
  5. record a [speech, lecture]
  6. the [national, world, European, American] record
  7. has reached record [sales, views]
  8. [produced, released] by the record label
  9. record him [singing, doing, making, saying]
  10. the [new, old, current] [national] record
  11. has been a record number of [deaths, job losses]
  12. was recorded [singing]
  13. the [100] meters record
  14. a record year for [sales]
  15. record yourself [singing]
  16. set a new (world) record (for)
  17. was a record [rainfall, snowfall, temperature]
  18. record [video, audio]
  19. [attempt, try, manage, fail] to break the record
  20. a record [height, time, speed, release]
  21. record [at home, in the studio]
  22. [broke, smashed, bettered, matched] the record
  23. finished in record time
  24. recorded [an album, the movie]
  25. broke the record by [five] [seconds, centimeters, points]
  26. finished with record speed
  27. recorded (it) on [VHS, DVD]
  28. the record [is, stands at] (10 seconds)
  29. record-breaking [attempt, goal, time]
  30. record the [number, data, information results, time]
  31. the record has stood for [10] [years]
  32. a record-setting [athlete, time, speed, finish]
  33. record [your message, a voicemail]
  34. the record remains [unbroken, unmatched, unchallenged]
  35. the record [button, function]
  36. record over the [show, song]
  37. [school, work, employment, medical, criminal] records
  38. has [poor, efficient] record keeping
  39. records my [keystrokes, preferences]
  40. has a criminal record
  41. the [account, book, document] records the [life, battle] of
  42. has a record of [failure, violence]
  43. history records [that, how]
  44. his [school] record [stopped, prevented] him from
  45. [keep, continue, don't stop] recording
  46. a [proven, successful, good] track record (of)
  47. recorded and [remastered, remixed]
  48. [keep, maintain, write, compile, show] a record of (events)
  49. recorded at [200 mph, 3000 frames per second]
  50. we will keep your [CV, comments, information] on record
  51. there's nothing in (our) records by that [name, reference]
  52. the [senator, leader, officer] spoke off the record (about)
  53. for the record, I [agree, know, don't think so]
  54. will only speak off the record
  55. a [vinyl, mono, stereo, 45 rpm, 78 rpm, 10-inch, 7-inch] record
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