Some nouns and verbs have the same form in English. For example:
She set an Olympic record. (noun)
She's recording her new song in the studios. (verb)
However, the pronunciation (i.e. syllable stress) is different. Where "record" is used as a noun, the stress is on the first syllable: RE-cord (where "re" is the same sound as the "re" in "relative").
But when "record" is used as a verb, the stress is on the second syllable: re-CORD, and the "re" sounds like "ri", as in "remember.