Origin of digital
Examples from the Web for digital
The digital dating sphere can prove tricky, and bruising, for the trans user.
Consider, too, that in this digital age, making something public is not only easier but has greater reach.
I was, she diagnosed, half joking and half horrified, a “digital hoarder.”
But in the Digital Age, we're at risk of a new type of hoarding that is equally problematic.
How has your experience been shaped by digital encounters and the social web?
Here, however, we have the combined influence of the preference for the odd over the even and the digital sequence.
The fact that I can do so with digital files is not a bug, it's a feature, and a damned fine one.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
At the fetlock it is placed immediately above the digital artery, but afterwards takes up a position directly behind that vessel.Diseases of the Horse's Foot|Harry Caulton Reeks
If he had been a few years older, he might not have turned so readily to his thumb as a starting-point for any digital count.The Number Concept|Levi Leonard Conant
Behind or inside the word processor, as behind any digital processing machine, are standardized components.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
British Dictionary definitions for digital
Word Origin and History for digital
1650s, "pertaining to fingers," from Latin digitalis, from digitus (see digit). Meaning "using numerical digits" is from 1938, especially of computers after c.1945; in reference to recording or broadcasting, from 1960. Related: Digitize.