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transcribe

(trăn-skrīb′)
tr.v. tran·scribed, tran·scribing, tran·scribes
1. To make a full written or typewritten copy of (dictated material, for example).
2. Biology To cause (DNA) to undergo transcription.

tran·scrib′a·ble adj.
tran·scrib′er n.
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Of the 70 participants who provided their job role, 33 were teachers of students with visual impairments, 28 were transcribers, 7 were paraeducators with some responsibility for preparing braille materials, and 2 listed "other." Two of the 71 participants spent 0-5 hours on the course, 16 spent 6-10 hours, 38 spent 11-15 hours, 10 spent 16-20 hours, 3 spent 21-25 hours, and 2 spent more than 26 hours.
Transcriber's note: Field notes were not provided for this survey which included five maps showing enlargements of portions of the western shoreline from Tuxedni Bay to Cape Douglas.
She enrolled in college and within one year of joining the braille program, Brewer earned both her certification as a literary braille transcriber and her associate degree.
Transcriber ayuda a organizar la informacion en un pantalla segmentada en dos partes en una de ellas, la superior, la persona que realiza la transcripcion puede incorporar los distintos hablantes e indicando los puntos enfaticos del debate o entrevista con la ayuda de iconos facilmente comprensibles.
As the Pakistani transcriber case demonstrates, this argument does not hold water; the case came to a resolution only when her monetary demands were at least partially met.
Volunteers tracked individual bees, calling out their movements a transcriber. They differentiated their charges by picking a female code name.
In fact, the final nine pages of the 76-sheet document turn away from the first voyage to offer selections from Columbus's journal from his third voyage, again with considerable intervention by the transcriber.
Because few people always speak in complete grammatical sentences, the transcriber has to infer and create paragraphs, commas, semicolons, periods, and so on.
When Lauren McInally, a medical transcriber, decided to work from home, she knew she needed an ergonomically correct workstation with a keyboard tray that would allow her to type for hours at a time with her wrists angled downward.
He and fellow transcriber Fay Chandler are to be commended for convening what evidently was a difficult manuscript into a very readable book.
We have, for example, used Cyber Transcriber here--it's a service that allows you to dictate text over the phone, and have it delivered back to your (or anyone's) e-mailbox.