verb (used with object), cap·tured, cap·tur·ing.
- to enter (data) into a computer for processing or storage.
- to record (data) in preparation for such entry.
- captive audience,
- captive market,
- capture beat,
- captured rotation,
Origin of capture
Examples from the Web for capture
Nor does the jet have the ability to capture high-definition video, utilize an infra-red pointer.
Thankfully, someone was there to capture this “jit going ham,” as the cameraman put it.Slow Motion Tiger Jump, a Tornado at the Rose Bowl and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Family members say he developed also liver cancer after his capture.
Next to the house is the site where Ziad began building a home for his family before his capture.
Morales made his way to Mexico, where an effort to capture him led to a shootout, which ended with a local cop being killed.
The only excitement that the St. Paul had was the capture of the collier Restormel.
He was like a hunter following his prey, like an angler fishing, he cared only for the chase, for the capture.Possessed|Cleveland Moffett
Throughout the movement this man has exhibited daring and intelligence, and his capture is much desired.The Insurrection in Paris|An Englishman: Davy
Then, seeing that this would not stand as a bare statement, he explained briefly their method of capture.The Shadow Passes|Roy J. Snell
He instantly ceased playing, and, with eager exultation, advanced to capture him.Phil the Fiddler|Horatio Alger, Jr.