récord


récord
adj.
record.
En un tiempo record in a record time
m.
record.
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récord
adjetivo
1 record
en un tiempo récord in record time
nombre masculino (pl récords)
1 record
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noun m.
record
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['rekor]
1.
ADJ INV record

cifras récord — record numbers

en un tiempo récord — in a record time

2.
SM
(pl récords, records) ['rekor] record

batir el récord — to break the record

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I
record adjetivo invariable record (before n)

en un tiempo récord — in record time

II
record masculino (pl -cords) record

batir un récord — to break a record

posee el récord mundial en jabalina — she holds the world javelin record

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= record, bumper, record-high.
Ex. She urges a boycott of California as a library conference venue until the state improves its current record of the worst school library provision in the US.
Ex. The period of 1967 and late 1966 brought in a bumper crop of user studies.
Ex. Record-high bank fees are making it harder for consumers to stay financially afloat.
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* batidor de récords = record breaker.
* batir un récord = set + record, break + record, shatter + record.
* establecer un record = establish + a record.
* que bate todos los récords = record breaking.
* récord mundial = world record.
* récord personal = personal record.
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I
record adjetivo invariable record (before n)

en un tiempo récord — in record time

II
record masculino (pl -cords) record

batir un récord — to break a record

posee el récord mundial en jabalina — she holds the world javelin record

* * *
= record, bumper, record-high.

Ex: She urges a boycott of California as a library conference venue until the state improves its current record of the worst school library provision in the US.

Ex: The period of 1967 and late 1966 brought in a bumper crop of user studies.
Ex: Record-high bank fees are making it harder for consumers to stay financially afloat.
* batidor de récords = record breaker.
* batir un récord = set + record, break + record, shatter + record.
* establecer un record = establish + a record.
* que bate todos los récords = record breaking.
* récord mundial = world record.
* récord personal = personal record.

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récord1, record
adj inv
record (before n)
lo hizo en un tiempo récord she did it in record time
récord2, record
masculine
(pl -cords)
record
batir un récord to break a record
posee el récord mundial en salto de longitud she holds the world long jump record, she is the world record holder in the long jump
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récord,
record adjetivo invariable

record (before n)
■ sustantivo masculino (pl -cords) record;
batir un récord to break a record;
posee el récord mundial she is the world record holder
récord sustantivo masculino record
batir un récord, to break a record

'récord' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acta
- antecedente
- batir
- cariño
- cartilla
- consignar
- constar
- disco
- discográfica
- discográfico
- discoteca
- establecer
- expediente
- fichar
- fichada
- fichado
- grabar
- historial
- hoja
- minuta
- nublar
- palmarés
- plusmarca
- plusmarquista
- pulverizar
- registrar
- repercutir
- soporte
- superar
- tocadiscos
- tocata
- año
- casa
- catalogar
- constancia
- ficha
- grabador
- homologación
- homologar
- igualar
- libro
- marca
- mundial
- olímpico
- poseedor
- poseer
- que
- registro
- sello
- superación
English:
aim
- beat
- beating
- break
- clean
- criminal record
- hold
- holder
- log
- off-the-record
- out
- police record
- record
- record holder
- record-breaker
- set
- smash
- tape
- tape-record
- unbroken
- world
- academic
- account
- all
- best
- book
- bumper
- by
- chart
- come
- criminal
- diary
- disqualify
- do
- enter
- equal
- faithfully
- forthcoming
- go
- high
- history
- impressive
- jacket
- keep
- liner
- long
- LP
- needle
- note
- play
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récord (pl récords)
adj
record;
en un tiempo récord in record time
nm
record;
batir un récord to break a record;
establecer un récord to set a (new) record;
tener el récord to hold the record
* * *
récord
I adj record(-breaking);
en un tiempo récord in record time
II m record;
récord de taquilla box office record
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récord or
record ['rɛkɔr] nm , pl récords or records [-kɔrs] : record
record mundial: world record
récord or
record adj
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récord n record

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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