Definition of Transcript:

  1. A written or printed version of material originally presented in another medium.

  2. Word-for-word record of what was said, such as during an oral testimony in a trial or during the session of a parliament.

Synonyms of Transcript

Written version, Written copy, Copy, Printed version, Transliteration, Reproduction, Record, Text, Script, Note, Summary, Log, Documentation, Photostat, Apograph, Arrangement, Article, Autograph, Brainchild, Carbon, Carbon copy, Composition, Computer printout, Copy, Document, Draft, Dupe, Duplicate, Duplication, Edited version, Edition, Engrossment, Essay, Fair copy, Fiche, Fiction, Final draft, Finished version, First draft, Flimsy, Holograph, Hymnal, Hymnbook, Instrumental score, Interpretation, Letter, Libretto, Literae scriptae, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literature, Lucubration, Lute tablature, Manifold, Manuscript, Matter, Microcopy, Microfiche, Microform, Music, Music paper, Music roll, Musical notation, Musical score, Nonfiction, Notation, Opera, Opera score, Opus, Orchestral score, Original, Paper, Parchment, Part, Penscript, Photocopy, Piano score, Piece, Piece of writing, Play, Poem, Printed matter, Printout, Production, Reading matter, Recension, Recording, Rendering, Representation, Reproduction, Rubbing, Score, Screed, Scrip, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Second draft, Sheet music, Short score, Songbook, Songster, Tablature, Tenor, Text, The written word, Tracing, Transcription, Transfer, Translation, Transliteration, Typescript, Version, Vocal score, Work, Writing, Written music

How to use Transcript in a sentence?

  1. After writing out the transcript of that conversation, I can now see the error I made.

Meaning of Transcript & Transcript Definition