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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (audio or video)
a. grabado
The program is recorded so it can be broadcast at a later date.El programa está grabado para poder transmitirlo en una fecha posterior.
2. (written)
a. escrito
The first recorded history about the place is on Mycenaean clay tablets.La primera historia escrita del lugar se encuentra en unas tablas micénicas de arcilla.
b. documentado
His thesis is supported by recorded facts.Su tesis está cimentada en hechos documentados.
c. registrado
Bookkeepers have to provide supporting documents of the recorded business transactions.Los tenedores de libros deben suministrar documentación de respaldo para las transacciones comerciales registradas.
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no direct translation
Ian sent a recorded delivery package from England to Poland.Ian envió un paquete con entrega con acuse de recibo de Inglaterra a Polonia.
The minutes are recorded and stored in the official log.Hay constancia de las minutas y están guardadas en la bitácora oficial.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (message, program, tape)
a. grabado(a)
2. (documented)
a. documentado(a)
throughout recorded historya lo largo del periodo histórico del que se tienen documentos escritos
recorded deliverycorreo certificado
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recorded [rɪˈkɔːdɪd]
1 [+music, programme] grabado
video viewers will count towards the TV viewing figures if they watch the recorded programme within seven days of the orginal screening this is a recorded [message] the call was answered by a recorded message saying the company had closed early
2 [+history] escrito; documentado
never in recorded history a place which has rarely suffered a famine in its recorded history
it is a recorded fact that ... hay constancia de que ...; recorded delivery (Britain) (Post) servicio (m) de entrega con acuse de recibo
to send sth by recorded delivery
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