But she arguably did more than anyone to decode what was then the oldest written European language known to exist.
He softened the rhetoric here and there, but if you decode his substantive words, he said nothing new.
This track is so confusing and multi-layered, it would take a team of Mensa members with Ph.D.s in Ebonics to decode.
The next one will be to teach cells to decode the information.
Also, he was hungry, and he did not hurry over his dinner in order to decode it.
What they were recording was so unfamiliar that his brain could not decode the messages they sent.
She sets herself wearily to decode some sort of definite meaning out of Mother's elliptic style.
It's there, my word for it, if we could only decode the thing.
We have received messages, but as yet I have only been partially able to decode them!
Afraid for a moment that you'd be off before we could decode it.
Explain: Hans, will you please decode that? (1950s+)