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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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When aides and paraprofessionals are initially assigned to transcribe materials, teachers of students with visual impairments (who may or may not be certified by NLS) are often assigned the task of training these paraprofessionals (Allman & Lewis, 1996; Curry & Hatlen, 1989).
Transparent onionskin paper overlies these images, with handwritten captions that transcribe and confuse the relationship between intelligibility and visibility: the contours of the hands are outlined with the English word "you," repeated like links in a chain--the self defined by the other.
When DNA transcribes mRNA, the sequence of bases in the DNA leads to a complementary sequence in the mRNA.
PAETEC said its service automatically transcribes the voicemail to text and both the audio file and transcription of the message are presented visually on mobile device, eliminating the need to dial into voicemail systems.
To make a protein, a cell transcribes segments of its DNA into messenger RNA (mRNA), which carries the code to protein-assembling organelles called ribosomes.
One of the apps, Live Transcribe, essentially translates spoken words in real-time.