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  • adj. Not transcribable.


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un- +‎ transcribable


  • Some portions of the call are untranscribable because they consist mainly of Daryl and Mr.Z. trying to talk over each other.


  • His enemies were thus discomfited, and on Madame d'Estampes endeavouring to depreciate the work, she was grossly mocked by the artist in a very characteristic and quite untranscribable way.

    The Story of Paris

  • Until today, when I discovered to my horror that a terrific interview I conducted this morning with Simon Johnson, the former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund and prominent critic of the Obama administration's efforts to solve the financial crisis, was effectively untranscribable, due to a user-generated error.


  • Although the progression is complex, with some histone methylation actually activating DNA transcription, one may think of this general progression of changes as a compaction of the gene into dense, untranscribable chromatin.

    GEN News Highlights


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