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.
Origin of capture
ANTONYMS FOR capture
Examples from the Web for capturer
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
All wise schools have agreed that this latter capture depends to some extent on the faith of the capturer.All Things Considered|G. K. Chesterton
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
The delay did not tend to soothe his capturer; and he administered a slight shake.Verner's Pride|Mrs. Henry Wood
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