Transcribe In A Sentence

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Synonym: arrangement, arranging, recording, written text. Similar words: transcript, inscription, description, prescription, circumscription, transcribe, conscript, script. Meaning: [træn'skrɪpʃn]n. 1. something written, especially copied from one medium to another, as a typewritten version of dictation 2. (genetics) the organic process whereby the DNA sequence in a gene is copied into mRNA; the process whereby a base sequence of messenger RNA is synthesized on a template of complementary DNA 3. a sound or television recording (e.g., from a broadcast to a tape recording) 4. the act of arranging and adapting a piece of music 5. the act of making a record (especially an audio record).
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1. The full transcription of the interview is attached.
2. The transcription of his speech must be punctuated.
3. Pronunciation is shown by a system of phonetic transcription.
4. This is a phonetic transcription of the conversations that were recorded on tape.
6. Work at your transcription for four or five minutes.

Find 20 ways to say TRANSCRIBE, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus. Transcribe in a sentence transcribe example sentences. I transcribe the whole. I transcribe it word for word. Snodhead, I transcribe the following. Later, I had my secretary transcribe it. What can I do better than transcribe his. I can also transcribe it and use it as text. Use Transcribe in a sentence responsivevoice voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”” Transcribe; Meaning: verb to copy the exactly same; All audio tapes were transcribed for analysis. He transcribed the text without caring for lexical accuracy. This journal has been transcribed for online use. Jul 16, 2014 Beginning of Sentences - Numbers should always be written out when used at the start of a sentence. Writing the Time - When time is written on the hour, it can be followed by o'clock, p.m., or a.m. Phone Numbers - When dialing or using a telephone sequence, the number must be written in punctuation marks. Beginning of Sentences - Numbers should always be written out when used at the start of a sentence. Writing the Time - When time is written on the hour, it can be followed by o'clock, p.m., or a.m. Phone Numbers - When dialing or using a telephone sequence, the number must be written in punctuation marks.

7. The direction of transcription is shown by large arrows.
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8. In vitro transcription activity of N-terminal deletion of RAP74.
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9. Hatched areas show potential transcription termination signals.
10. Transcription of the gene in F9 stem cells is low but can be stimulated by treating the cells with retinoic acid.
11. These fractions were shown to stimulate a basal transcription system, reconstituted from highly purified fractions hTFIIIB and hTFIIIC.
12. The first step in genome expression, i.e. transcription, was studied in order to test these hypotheses.
13. The molecules that control transcription are themselves proteins which are coded for by other genes.
13. is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
14. The horizontal arrows indicate the transcription start sites as deduced from a primer extension analysis of the corresponding transcripts.
15. Thanks to Sam Wright for the transcription and many thanks for reading.
16. Modulation of transcription by tethered complexes Several major points are evident in comparison of the tethered complexes with the simple platinum compounds.
17. The first step, transcription, is considered by far the most important.
18. Program the drum pattern for practising this transcription and if you have a sequencer, program the chords as well.
19. Metaphor is the dominant structuring mechanism of the novels, stylized transcription of consciousness their fictional mode.
20. CsA prevents T-cell proliferation by blocking the calcium-activated pathway leading to interleukin-2 transcription.
21. The stronger signal observed with the antisense probe indicates transcription.
22. Nasalised vowels are found in the words given in phonetic transcription below.
23. This idea is supported by the potential similarity of two other DNA-binding proteins that regulate transcription during the yeast cell cycle.
24. The result is that today a recording is seldom the transcription of a single musical event.
25. The paired box has recently been established as a DNA-binding element, thus Pax genes are likely to encode transcription factors.
26. All POU domain proteins are thought to function as transcription factors.
27. By so doing the players have been able to follow Bach's score without the necessity of transcription or arrangement.

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28. The first twenty words used in production and their contexts of use will be identified by phonetic transcription.
29. This smaller activation probably reflects the absence of general transcription factors in the minimal promoter used.
30. These data strongly indicated that both N-terminal 73-205 and C-terminal 356-517 regions are essential for RAP74 to function as a transcription factor.

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Spacing With Punctuation Marks

    Do Not Type a Space ...
  • before or after a hyphen
  • before or after a slash
  • before or after a dash
  • between a number and percent sign
  • between parentheses and the enclosed material
  • between any word and the punctuation following it.
  • between the number and the colon used to indicate a dilutesolution or ratio, e.g. 1:4
  • on either side of the colon when expressing the time of day
  • before an apostrophe
  • before or after a comma used within numbers
  • before or after an ampersand in abbreviations, e.g., C&S
  • on either side of the colon when expressing ratios e.g. 1:1
  • after the closing parenthesis if another mark of punctuationfollows
  • when using the word “times” as x – e.g.,x3

    Type One Space...

  • between words
  • after a comma
  • after a semicolon
  • after a period following an initial
  • after the closing parenthesis
  • on each side of the x in an expression of dimension, e.g.4 x 4 type 2 spaces...
  • after punctuation at the end of a sentence
  • after a colon except when expressing time or a dilution ratio



  • Spell out WHOLE numbers zero through nine, use numeralsfor 10 and above (this may change in the near future as theAAMT is trying to standardize using numerals only.
  • Use numerals when numbers are directly used with symbols.
  • Use numerals when expressing ages.
  • If it is an approximate age, spell it out.
  • Use numerals to express size and measurements.
  • Use numerals for everything metric. Centimeters, millimeters,liters, etc.
  • Use numerals in all expressions pertaining to drugs - thisincludes strength, dosage and directions. Z-PAK 2 daily onday 1, then 1 daily on days 2-5.
  • Spell out and hyphenate fractions standing alone. He drankone-half a gallon of apple juice.
  • Use numerals to express mixed fractions. 1 1/2 years.
  • Use commas only if there are 5 or more digits when expressingnumbers. e.g. 10,000, 4000.
  • Use numerals when expressing vital statistics including height,weight, blood pressure, pulse and respiration.
  • Substitute a hyphen for the word 'to'. He is totake 1-2 tablets of Tylenol every 4-6 hours p.r.n.
  • Leave a space between numerals and measurements unless theyform a compound modifier. It is 6 cm below the ...... It is1200 mL....... A 4-cm nevus....... A 2 x 2-mm lesion.......
  • Always use 0 in front of the decimal point if the number isnot a whole number. 0.75 mg
  • Use decimal fractions with metric measurements. 1.5 cm
  • Use mixed fractions with English system measurements. 1 1/2inch
  • Use numerals for: Ages, units of measure, vital statistics,lab values and in other instances where it is important tocommunicate clearly the number referenced. Examples: 4 inches,3-year-old. She has three dogs who have eight fleas each.A total of 7 basal cell carcinomas removed from his left arm.(7 for clarity)
  • Do not start a sentence using a number. Spell out the numberor recast the sentence.
  • Dictated as: 10 milligrams of Reglan was administered stat.Transcribe as: Reglan 10 mg was administered stat.
  • Exception - It is acceptable to begin a sentence with a date.Example - 2004 is going to be a prosperous year.
  • Plurals - do not use an apostrophe to form plural numbers.
  • 4 x 4s
  • She was in her 20s or twenties (this is acceptable becauseit is not a definite number).
  • She was born in the 1970s.
  • Series of numbers - Use numerals if at least one is greaterthan nine or if there is a mixed or decimal fraction.
  • Example - Jeff has 1 job, 1 place of employment and 18 hoursa day to do the work.
  • Cranial nerves - Preferred: Roman numerals I-XII
  • Diabetes type 1 and type 2, not Roman numerals I and II -this was recently standardized by the American Diabetes Association.
  • Apgar scores - Use numerals for ratings and spell out numbersrelating to minutes. Rationale - to draw attention to thescores. Example: The Apgar scores were 6 and 9 at one andfive minutes. Apgar is not an acronym.
  • Time Examples
  • 8:30 a.m. - morning
  • 8:30 p.m. - evening
  • noon, not 12:00 noon
  • midnight, not 12:00 midnight or 12 'o'clock or 12:00 p.m.



  • Spell out all nonmetric measurements. Feet, inches, pounds,ounces, yards, grain, dram, etc.
  • Exceptions:
  • Use tsp for teaspoon
  • Use tbsp for tablespoon
  • Abbreviate all metric measurements.
  • Use F for Fahrenheit IF accompanied by the symbol for degree.98.6°F
  • Spell out Fahrenheit IF degree is spelled out. 98.6 degreesFahrenheit.
  • Use C for Celsius IF accompanied by the symbol for degree.36°C
  • Spell out Celsius IF degree is spelled out. 36 degrees Celsius.
  • In tables and technical documents:
  • Use ft or ' for feet
  • Use ' for inches
  • Use yd for yard
  • Use pt for pint
  • Use oz for ounce
  • Use fl oz for fluid ounce
  • Abbreviate most unusual units of measure when accompaniedby numerals Dictated as Transcribed as:
  • 0.8 centimeters squared 0.8 sq cm
  • 22 millimeters of mercury 22 mmHg
  • 3.0 liters per minute 3.0 L/min
  • 40 millimeters per hour 40 mm/h
  • 8 grams percent 8 gm%



  • Spell out a symbol when used alone (with no number).
  • Use symbols when they are used with numbers
  • Common Symbols
    Dictated as Transcribed as:
  • Four to five 4-5
  • Number 3 0 #3-0
  • Twenty-twenty vision 20/20
  • BP 120 over 80 120/80
  • Grade two over six 2/6
  • A positive A+
  • Three point five centimeters 3.5 cm
  • Point five centimeters 0.5 cm




  • Abbreviations when the words they represent are capitalized
  • The first word following a colon if it begins a complete sentenceor is part of an outline entry
  • Most abbreviations of English words
  • The first letter of chemical elements
  • The names of the days of the week, months, holidays, historicevents and religious festivals
  • The names of specific departments or sections in the institutiononly when the institution name is included
  • The names of diseases that include proper nouns, eponyms orgenus names
  • The trade or brand names of drugs
  • A quote when it is a complete sentence
  • The names of races, peoples, religions and languages. Black,as a race designation would be capitalized, however clientpreferences may differ.
    Do Not Capitalize...
  • The spelled out names of the chemical elements
  • The seasons of the year
  • The common names of diseases
  • The names of viruses unless they include a proper noun
  • Generic drug names
  • The common noun following the brand name. Example - Tylenoltablets
  • The names of medical or surgical specialties
  • Designations based on skin color, like 'a tall whiteman.'



  • These prefixes do not require the use of a connecting hyphenin compound terms:
  • ante intra semi
  • anti micro sub
  • bi mid super
  • co non supra
  • contra over trans


Stage, Type, and Fracture Classifications

  • Lowercase the words 'stage' and 'type,'and use roman numerals. For subdivisions of stages, followThe AAMT Book of Style rules for cancer classifications, andadd on-line capital letters without spaces or hyphens:
  • Examples
  • complex regional pain syndrome stage I
  • stage II-III
  • type I radioulnar synostosis
  • type II open fracture
  • type IIIB
  • Garden II femoral neck fracture
  • Salter VI fracture



  • Lowercase the word 'grade' and use arabic numerals:
  • Examples:
  • grade 1 chondromalacia patellae
  • grade 2
  • grade 3-4


Level, Phase, and Class

  • Lowercase the words 'level,' 'phase,'and 'class,' and use arabic or roman numerals accordingto the system being referenced:
  • Examples:
  • Radiation Therapy Oncology phase III
  • Haggitt level 4 colorectal adenocarcinoma
  • physical status class 2E


Wrist Arthroscopy Portals

  • Use arabic numerals. Two numbers should be hyphenated withoutspaces; add on-line capital letters with no space:
  • Examples:
  • 1-2 portal
  • portal 3-4
  • 6U wrist portal

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