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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.
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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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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. The tips reprinted here (with thanks to section chair Betty Poot) are relevant to any member looking for methods to support clients to manage their medication, while avoiding transcribing and continuing to function within the registered nurse scope of practice.
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).
Beginning with a photograph or postcard, often a reproduction from the vast Alinari photo archives of Renaissance masterpieces such as Michelangelo's David, or of the architectural monuments of Florence, she transcribes the lines of these historical givens into her own experience, her own handwriting--her own hands.
Nuance's Voicemail-to-Text service transcribes incoming voicemails into SMS text messages and each transcribed message includes a one-click link for responding by return phone call or with an SMS text.
I rarely caught Monfasani nodding, although in his Fraticelli essay (XIV, 188) he assigns several mules to Cardinal Niccolo Albergati at the Council of Basel, and transcribes the senseless phrase "Nichil iam superem" with a bracketed query (n.
DNA routinely transcribes mRNA molecules to shuttle its message to the cell's protein-synthesis machinery, which translates the message into proteins.