代筆, 代書, 代書人
Noun(1) someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation
(1) With his eloquent amanuensis Chen Boda at his elbow, he cast back to China's wartime experience for a solution.(2) What I remember about her program notes between 1962 and the late 1970s, when Protas became Graham's shadowy amanuensis , is their poetic allusions and their deliberate omission of any stories.(3) Silenced herself, she is reduced to the status of his amanuensis .(4) His amanuensis , David Frum, is a different and much sadder case.(5) Towards the end of 1638 a young pupil, Vincenzio Viviani, came to live and study with Galileo, serving him also as amanuensis .(6) Milton's blindness forced him to dictate to an amanuensis .(7) Affectionate and needy, Thackeray had nurtured Anny's talents, and used her as his amanuensis .(8) Thus, he himself was the amanuensis and editor.(9) He was the amanuensis for the meetings of the general committee, the final meetings for which King James had been waiting impatiently.(10) Sauntering along the park and past the bingo, I reflect on the only fact I know about Dr Johnson's amanuensis , other than where he's buried.(11) And we know he isn't joking because his faithful amanuensis , Dennis Shanahan, has reported it all in the newspaper.(12) Recent scholarship, however, has tended to the view that lecture notes and other extraneous material might have been included in the text, Kant being increasingly dependent on an amanuensis when transcribing his drafts.(13) Simson remained in good health until a few years before his death, during which period he had to employ an amanuensis to assist him in revising his geometrical writings.(14) Tolstoy's literary amanuensis , V.G. Chertkov, had emigrated to Britain the previous year.(15) In his final years he was blind and paralysed but was able to continue composing through the devoted assistance of Eric Fenby, his musical amanuensis .(16) This correspondence reveals that after an unsuccessful effort to enlist Harriet Beecher Stowe as her amanuensis , she wrote her life herself.
1. shorthand typist ::
2. stenographer ::
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