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descramble

[ dee-skram-buhl ]
/ diˈskræm bəl /
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verb (used with object), de·scram·bled, de·scram·bling.

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Origin of descramble

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British Dictionary definitions for descramble

descramble
/ (diːˈskræmbəl) /

verb

to restore (a scrambled signal) to an intelligible form, esp automatically by the use of electronic devices

Derived forms of descramble

descrambler, noun
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