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Traducciones detalladas de transcribe de inglés a español


to transcribe verbo (transcribes, transcribed, transcribing)

  1. to transcribe (translate; interpret; render)

Conjugaciones de transcribe:

  1. transcribe
  2. transcribe
  3. transcribes
  4. transcribe
  5. transcribe
  6. transcribe
simple past
  1. transcribed
  2. transcribed
  3. transcribed
  4. transcribed
  5. transcribed
  6. transcribed
present perfect
  1. have transcribed
  2. have transcribed
  3. has transcribed
  4. have transcribed
  5. have transcribed
  6. have transcribed
past continuous
  1. was transcribing
  2. were transcribing
  3. was transcribing
  4. were transcribing
  5. were transcribing
  6. were transcribing
  1. shall transcribe
  2. will transcribe
  3. will transcribe
  4. shall transcribe
  5. will transcribe
  6. will transcribe
continuous present
  1. am transcribing
  2. are transcribing
  3. is transcribing
  4. are transcribing
  5. are transcribing
  6. are transcribing
  1. be transcribed
  2. be transcribed
  3. be transcribed
  4. be transcribed
  5. be transcribed
  6. be transcribed
  1. transcribe!
  2. let's transcribe!
  3. transcribed
  4. transcribing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for transcribe:

VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
interpretar interpret; render; transcribe; translate act; clarify; describe; dramatise; dramatize; explain; impersonate; interpret; make clear; make explicit; perform; personify; portray; represent; reproduce; translate
traducir interpret; render; transcribe; translate translate
- transliterate

Palabras relacionadas con "transcribe":

  • transcribing

Sinónimos de "transcribe":

Definiciones relacionadas de "transcribe":

  1. convert the genetic information in (a strand of DNA) into a strand of RNA, especially messenger RNA1
  2. rewrite in a different script1
  3. make a phonetic transcription of1
    • The anthropologist transcribed the sentences of the native informant1
  4. write out from speech, notes, etc.1
  5. rewrite or arrange a piece of music for an instrument or medium other than that originally intended1

Wiktionary: transcribe

  1. music: to adapt a composition
  2. linguistics: to represent speech by phonetic symbols

Cross Translation:
transcribe copiar a mano abschreiben — eine handschriftliche Kopie von einem Text machen
transcribe transcribir transcrirecopier un écrit.