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transcribe

[tranz′krīb]
(computer science)
To copy, with or without translating, from one external computer storage medium to another.
(electronics)
To record, as to record a radio program by means of electric transcriptions or magnetic tape for future rebroadcasting.

transcribe

To copy data from one medium to another; for example, from one source document to another, or from a source document to the computer. It often implies a change of format or codes.
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Although there is no universally accepted definition of quality in relation to braille transcribing, most individuals who transcribe braille would agree that accuracy, the correct application of rules, and formatting are essential characteristics of quality braille.
In the interim, the respiratory nurses' section, in consultation with the Asthma Society, has developed some practical solutions to enable nurses to continue to provide self-management plans, while remaining within NZNO's recommendation not to transcribe.
Although textbooks are usually transcribed at the state level, local personnel usually transcribe other instructional materials into braille.
State Librarian and CEO Vicki McDonald said: Opening up State Library collections for people to transcribe on DigiVol supports a culture of discovery and inquiry, and facilitates the innovative use of traditional library material.
Contractor shall transcribe in the Spanish language without the assistance of a County
Most investigators, however, still transcribe infant utterances without the benefit of an acoustic analysis.
The Police Department is required to transcribe audio and video during the course of criminal and internal investigations.