- to enter (data) into a computer for processing or storage.
- to record (data) in preparation for such entry.
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How to use capture in a sentence
The more the regulation, the greater the opportunities for capture.
Google says the Camera app, too, should also make it obvious when a filter has been enabled — both in the real-time capture and afterwards.Google takes aim at ‘beauty filters’ with design changes coming to Pixel phones|Sarah Perez|October 1, 2020|TechCrunch
The unit also functions as a handy 410-CFM leaf-vacuum and shredder, and includes a capture bag to help make cleanup faster.
Carbon capture, utilization, and storage will be critical for China—and the world—to meet current net zero emissions targets, the International Energy Agency said Thursday.To meet net zero emissions targets, China—and the rest of the world—needs these technologies|kdunn6|September 24, 2020|Fortune
In cutting a video down to the most important or compelling 10 to 20 seconds of content, marketers can quickly grab attention and drive viewers to take the desired action, whether it be an email capture, social media follow, a share, or a sale.Making the most of small-screen content for big engagement impact|Sponsored Content: Cloudinary|September 24, 2020|Search Engine Land
But the corpse was the bailiff's property, till his claim was paid, and nought but the money would soften the iron capturer.The Wits and Beaux of Society|Grace & Philip Wharton
She feared that her capturer might take a fancy for roast fowl if he should see them.Fairy Tales from the German Forests|Margaret Arndt
My capturer was a boy, and as remarkable a specimen of a boy as it has ever been my lot to meet during the whole of my career.The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch|Talbot Baines Reed
In the Welsh legends the maid consents to wed her capturer, and remain with him until he strikes her with iron.Welsh Folk-Lore|Elias Owen
Search a patriot, a capturer of the tyrants' den, a man who has been exterminating aristocrats?The Countess of Charny|Alexandre Dumas (pere)