record-v; 3 Senses

Sense Number 1: put into lasting form for future viewing or use

Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1[agent] RECORD NP2[patient]

She records everything that happens to her in her diary.
Cliff Richard has recorded more number one hit songs than any other British pop star.
We recorded their wedding on video.
Was the concert live or was it recorded?
The pharoahs recorded their ideas by means of pictures.
Now, place the tube in ice water and record (in your notebooks) any change in color observed.
I recorded my first dream in my journal, when I was a graduate student at UCLA.
My transaction log recorded my electronic funds transfer as "Denied."

VerbNet: transcribe-25.4
FrameNet: Recording
PropBank: record.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 5

Sense Number 2: show measurement as indicated by a measuring device

Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1[instrument] RECORD NP2[patient]

Which thermometer recorded the greatest difference between high and low readings each day?
The school's nursery thermostat recorded the temperature at 54 degrees.
My stopwatch recorded times from as little as 30 seconds to as long as 135 seconds.
The thermometer recorded a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius.

VerbNet: NM
FrameNet: NM
PropBank: NM
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3

Sense Number 3: reach a threshold

Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1[actor] RECORD NP2[patient]
NOTE: Such record can be archived as in sense 1, but note that in this case the NP1 is a part of the information NOT the archiver as the NP1 in sense 1.

The Tigers recorded their lowest finish to date by finishing ninth.
The Raiders never trailed against the Mastodons as they recorded their highest point total.
Stocks during today's trading have recorded their highest intraday price in the past 52 weeks.

VerbNet: NM
FrameNet: NM
PropBank: NM