Also digitalize; especially British, dig·i·tise.
Origin of digitize
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Examples from the Web for digitized
I went to the Nixon Library and digitized all the tapes that I needed.What the Archives Say About Nixon
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Your favorite computerized alien backup dancers return in this digitized dance track.No Pressure, Psy. One-Hit Wonders’ Followup Misses (Videos)
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Recipes and songs can be digitized and copied very easily using current technology.What Would IP Free Industries Look Like? Probably Not Like Restaurants.
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Today, the process has been digitized and the social stigma minimized.JP Morgan’s Food Stamp Empire
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Yad Vashem holds the largest archival collection of papers and digitized documents related to the Holocaust.Ultra-Orthodox Jews Vandalize Jerusalem’s Holocaust Memorial
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- computing recorded or stored in digital formexport your digitized colour photos
- (tr) to transcribe (data) into a digital form so that it can be directly processed by a computer
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- To convert data or signals, such as images, text, or sound, to digital form. See more at A/D converter.
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