2008年3月22日 星期六

studio, page (WRITTEN ABBREVIATION p), transcript

樸月(編著) 鹿橋歌未央,台灣:商務印書館,2006
書中有篇精彩的鹿橋小傳,唯一可惜的是它有一我們經常犯的疏忽:將諸如”p.11”等寫成 “P.11”。
「記得羅馬有一位風景畫家,人稱studio,他總是不厭其煩地對每一個細節精雕琢細,認為這就是藝術的全部價值.......」
雷諾茲【皇家美術學院十五講】代亭譯,上海人民出版社,2007p. 141
Reynolds, Joshua. Fifteen Discourses Delivered to the Royal Academy.



transcript (RECORD)


Confucian Ways: Transcript
THIS TRANSCRIPT IS ISSUED ON THE UNDERSTANDING THAT IT IS TAKEN FROM A LIVE EVENT, HELD AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY IN LONDON, ON MAY 14TH, 2008. THE NATURE OF THE EVENT MEANS THAT NEITHER THE BBC NOR THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE PROGRAMME CAN GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION HERE.
儒家的道路:演講會全文稿
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transcribe (RECORD) Show phonetics
verb [T]
to record something written, spoken or played by writing it down:
Tape recordings of conversations are transcribed by typists and entered into the database.

transcript Show phonetics
noun [C]
an exact written copy of something:
Mysteriously, the transcript of what was said at the trial went missing.

transcription Show phonetics
noun [U]
the process of transcribing something


studio


(stū'dē-ō, styū'-pronunciation
n.pl. -os.
  1. An artist's workroom.
  2. A photographer's establishment.
  3. An establishment where an art is taught or studied: a dance studio.
    1. A room, building, or group of buildings where movies, television shows, or radio programs are produced.
    2. A room or building where tapes and records are produced.
  4. A company that produces films.
  5. A studio apartment.
[Italian, from Latin studium, eagerness, application. See study.]


━━ n. (pl. ~s) アトリエ; 映画撮影所; スタジオ.
 studio apartment 〔米〕 1室型アパート (〈英〉studio flat).
 studio audience スタジオ視聴者.
 studio couch 寝台兼用ソファー.


page (PAPER) Show phonetics
noun [C] (WRITTEN ABBREVIATION p)
1 a side of one of the pieces of paper in a book, newspaper or magazine, usually with a number printed on it:
For details on how to enter the competition, see page 134.
The article appeared on the front page of the Guardian.

2 one of the sheets of paper in a book, newspaper or magazine:
Several pages have been torn out of this book.

pagination Show phonetics
noun [U] SPECIALIZED
the way in which the pages of a book or document, etc. are numbered

(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)




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abbr.
  1. page
  2. part
  3. participle
  4. past
  5. penny
  6. peseta
  7. peso
  8. pint
  9. pipe
  10. pole
  11. population
  12. Economics. principal

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