DefinitionsTo record: to put into writing; to convert sound for reproduction or broadcast.
Record (numbers): the highest or lowest numbers historically.
(Vinyl) records: analog sound format for parents and hipsters. Very groovy.
Records in the newsThis month, high temperatures in Europe set world records.
Meanwhile, the US continues to record massive numbers of gun deaths.
Record-setting expressionsFor the record: An official statement. For the record, we don't allow plastic bottles on our private jets.
Off the record: An anonymous statement. Off the record, don't worry, we have plenty of Kobe beef on board.
(To sound) like a broken record: To repeat the same thing endlessly. Sorry to sound like a broken record, but if we plant 3 million trees today, we'll be carbon neutral.
Dubious 2019 recordsMelted Ice: 11 billion tons of ice lost in Greenland. You can imagine our concern for Iceland.
Droughts: Ironically, we also broke the record for most floods.
Wildfires: Will the aliens understand our smoke signals are a cry for help?