To call to mind; recall; remember; bear in mind.To recall (to another's mind); remind.To bring to mind; suggest.To see or know by personal presence; bear witness to; attest.To recite; repeat; sing; play.To preserve the memory of by written or other characters; take a note of; register; enroll; chronicle; note; write or inscribe in a book or on parchment, paper, or other material, for the purpose of preserving authentic or correct evidence of: as, to record the proceedings of a court; to record a deed or lease; to record historical events.To mark distinctly.Figuratively, to imprint deeply on the mind or memory: as, to record the sayings of another in the heart.Synonyms Record, Register, Chronicle, Enroll, Enlist. To record events, facts, words; to register persons, voters, things; to enroll volunteers, scholars; to chronicle events; to enlist soldiers, marines. To record a mortgage or deed; to register a marriage.To reflect; meditate; ponder.To sing or repeat a tune: now only of birds.n. Attestation of a fact or event; testimony; witness.n. Memory; remembrance.n. That which preserves remembrance or memory; a memorial.n. Something set down in writing or delineated for the purpose of preserving memory; specifically, a register; an authentic or official copy of any writing, or an account of any facts and proceedings, whether public or private, usually entered in a book for preservation; also, the book containing such copy or account: as, the records of a court of justice; the records of a town or parish; the records of a family.n. The aggregate of known facts in a person's life, especially in that of a public man; personal history: as, a good record; a candidate with a record.n. In racing, sports, etc., the best or highest recorded achievement of speed, distance, endurance, or the like: as, to beat the record in leaping.n. Same as recorder, 4.n. In old English law, authentic documents in official rolls of parchment, particularly of judicial proceedings, and preserved in a court of record.n. In modern use, the original process and pleadings in an action or suit, with the judgment and such other proceedings as are involved therein and required to be included by the law of the forum, which are filed and registered as containing a permanent memorial of the essential features of the adjudication.n. Synonyms Note, chronicle, account, minute, memorandum.n. A cylinder or disk which bears a series of indentations originally made in wax, foil, or other plastic material by the vibrating stylus of a phonograph or similar instrument and which may be used in the reproduction of the original sounds. The name is applied both to the original impression in wax or other plastic material and to any cast or copy of this original in non-plastic material.n. Also used attributively in the sense of definition 6: as, “a record subscription list”; “a record output in steel,” etc., meaning the largest on record.n. In the sense of having a published record; being on record as having accomplished some particular feat. In fanciers' language a ‘record homer’ is a homing pigeon with an established record of having flown a certain distance within a specified time.