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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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It also acknowledges that the inability to transcribe is, in some situations, creating a barrier to providing appropriate and effective care to people in the community.
Certified transcribers, noncertified transcribers, volunteers, paraprofessionals, and teachers of students with visual impairments are regularly used to transcribe materials into braille (Allman & Lewis, 1996; Corn & Wall, 2002; Texas Education Agency, 2000; Wall & Corn, 2002).
Transparent onionskin paper overlies these images, with handwritten captions that transcribe and confuse the relationship between intelligibility and visibility: the contours of the hands are outlined with the English word "you," repeated like links in a chain--the self defined by the other.
When DNA transcribes mRNA, the sequence of bases in the DNA leads to a complementary sequence in the mRNA.
Designed to provide users with enhanced mobile communications flexibility, Nuance's Voicemail-to-Text service transcribes incoming voicemails into SMS text messages.
The new "visual voicemail" service automatically transcribes voice messages to text and delivers them via e-mail.
CastingWords transcribes audio files into high-quality text at a rate of $0.
FDfn transcribes or webcasts some 5,000 corporate conference calls every quarter, covering the companies in the S&P SuperComposite 1500, Russell 3000, NASDAQ 100, FTSE 100, Eurotop 100 and the S&P/TSX 300.