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- n. A person who transcribes; a transcriptionist.
- n. A device or program that transcribes data.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who transcribes, or writes from a copy; a copier; a copyist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who transcribes; a copier or copyist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance
- n. someone who makes a written version of spoken material
- n. a person who translates written messages from one language to another
- n. someone who represents the sounds of speech in phonetic notation
- n. someone who rewrites in a different script
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In the latter, the transcriber is a chemical mechanism.
In the latter, the transcriber is a chemical mechanism. eric: The fact that DNA sequences can be decoded into proteins shows that DNA contains true symbolic messages, and that gentic codes are true codes.
In the former case, the transcriber is the reader of literature.
I mean, the lawsuit -- and what also came out is that she was a really bad transcriber, which is why she got fired from the show in the first place, so now I feel doubly bad for her.
If you think about a transcriber for business, it learns over time and it can get smarter.
For the transcriber, the collection is a treasure trove of little discoveries -- the antiquated use of "farinaceous" instead of today's "pasta"; the remarkable preponderance of oyster dishes; the revelation that steaks cost twenty-five cents, not twenty-five dollars.
She likes to think of herself as an artist first, with as much right to redefine the landscape suit her purposes as Monet, and not just a transcriber of visual details.
At my best I'm a transcriber of those eerie voices.
I had the sound off, so I don't know what Rudy actually said, but the transcriber heard it as "the pampers of Jesus."
Partly this is simply professional interest: As a transcriber, I want to see how fast and accurate others are.