- to convert (a message, information, etc.) into code.
Origin of encode
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Contemporary Examples of encode
Shun distractions, in other words, and you should encode events more effectively.How to Remember the Past
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Historical Examples of encode
Writing helped to encode his logic of proper inference from premises expressed in sentences.
But once the scale changes, it is doubtful that we could encode the resulting complexity in such formalizations.
To encode a message which may be your last words on earth is not the easiest of tasks.
- to convert (a message) from plain text into code
- computing to convert (characters and symbols) into a digital form as a series of impulsesCompare decode (def. 2)
- to convert (an electrical signal) into a form suitable for transmission
- to convert (a nerve signal) into a form that can be received by the brain
- to use (a word, phrase, etc, esp of a foreign language) in the construction appropriate to it in that language
Word Origin and History for encode
- To specify the genetic code for the synthesis of a protein molecule or a part of a protein molecule.