8. recording, photograph record, phonodisc, Inf. disc, Inf. platter; album, Trademark. LP, Inf single; film, tape, cassette, 8-track, videotape, photograph.
9. off the record confidential, unofficial, not for publication or circulation; secret, private, privy, restricted, not public, It. in petto; not to be disclosed, not to be mentioned, not to be spoken, sub rosa.
-adj. 10. prime, extreme, ultimate, unbeaten, tops, at the acme or zenith, Latin, ne plus ultra.
recorder, n. 1. registrar, archivist, annalist, chronicler, prothonotary, chronologist, chronologer, chronographer, chronographist; historian, marker, scorer, scorekeeper; secretary, stenographer, amanuensis, copyist, scribe; clerk, agent, official, administrator.
2. bookkeeper, accountant, certified public accountant, C.P.A., Both Brit, chartered accountant, C.A.; auditor; Insurance, actuary.
3. tape recorder, recording device, Inf. tap, Inf. bug.
4. fipple flute, flute, woodwind instrument,
recount, v. 1. relate, rehearse, repeat, review, run over, recapitulate, sum up; chronicle, tell, retell, tell about; report, give a report or account of, set forth; articulate, communicate, convey, impart, unfold, render; describe, depict, explain, define, elucidate; detail, specify, give the facts, give the particulars, particularize; flesh out, footnote, annotate.
2. enumerate, list, specify, name, cite; check off, go over, run over, take account or stock of; catalogue, mark, count, compute, calculate, reckon; numerate, number, tally, add up, add; poll, call roll, Inf. count noses, Inf. count the house, poll the delegation,
recoup, v. 1. get back, regain, recover, retrieve. See - recover (def 1).
2. reimburse, indemnify, pay back, repay, recompense, compensate for, make up for, come up with the difference, remunerate, requite; make good, redeem, refund, give back, remit; replace, repair, set to rights, correct, set straight, fix or fix up, make everything better, amend, emend, remedy, restore; redress, make restitution for, atone, make amends, satisfy, pay off, Inf get out from under,
recourse, n. 1. access, resort, appeal, request, entreaty, prayer; plea, petition, application, solicitation, suit, supplication.
2. resource, reserve, backup, reinforcement; anchor, support, rock, pillar; refuge, asylum, retreat, sanctuary, sanctum, cloister, haven, stronghold, fortress.
recover, v. 1. get back, make back, win back, re-obtain, recoup, regain, retrieve, find; recapture, reseize, retake, take back; repossess, replevy, replevin, resume, reclaim, recall.
2. make up for, compensate for, make good. See - recoup (def. 2).
3. reclaim, save, salvage, rescue, deliver, redeem, ransom; rehabilitate, restore, reestablish, renew, recruit, regenerate; rejuvenate, refresh, come back to life, revive, revivify, revitalize, reanimate; redo, remodel, recondition, remake, make over, renovate, revamp; reform, improve, better, make better, ameliorate, meliorate.
4. recuperate, convalesce, get better or well, return to health, heal, mend, be on the mend or upswing; rally, regain strength, improve, take a turn for the better, Inf come around; pull through, survive, make it, live, live to see better days; Inf. snap or come out of it, be oneself again, revive, resuscitate, perk up, liven up, get back on one's feet.
recovery, n. 1. recoupment, regaining, retrieval, finding; recapturing, retaking, repossession, reseizure, Law. replevin, resumption, recall.