- When someone listens to an audio tape and writes out all of the things said on the tape, the resulting writing is an example of a transcript.
- A list of all of a student's classes and grades in those classes is an example of a transcript.
The definition of a transcript is a written version of something that was originally spoken or otherwise presented in non-written form, or a detailed record of a student's academic achievements.
- something made by or based on transcribing; written, typewritten, or printed copy
- ⌂ any copy or reproduction, esp. one that is official, as a copy of a student's record in school or college, listing courses, credits, grades, etc.
Origin of transcriptMiddle English transcripte ; from Medieval Latin transcriptum ; from Classical Latin transcriptus, past participle of transcribere
- Something transcribed, especially a written, typewritten, or printed copy: the transcript of court testimony.
- A record of a student's academic performance issued by an institution of learning.
- Biology A sequence of RNA produced by transcription.
Origin of transcriptMiddle English, from Medieval Latin tr&amacron;nscr&imacron;ptum, from Latin, neuter past participle of tr&amacron;nscr&imacron;bere, to transcribe; see transcribe.
- Something which has been transcribed; a writing or composition consisting of the same words as the original; a written copy.
- A copy of any kind; an imitation.
- A written version of what was said orally; as, a transcript of a trial.
- (genetics) A sequence of RNA produced by transcription
- (education) An inventory of the courses taken and grades earned of a student alleged throughout a course.
From Latin transcriptum (from transcribere).
transcript - Legal Definition
A certified copy of the proceedings that occurred in a court or at a deposition, usually prepared by the court reporter from notes made during the proceeding. It is most frequently used at appeal hearings when the court’s proceedings are checked for errors.