verb (used with object), en·cod·ed, en·cod·ing.
Related formsen·cod·a·ble, adjectiveen·code·ment, nounen·cod·er, nounmis·en·code, verb (used with object), mis·en·cod·ed, mis·en·cod·ing.
Examples from the Web for encode
Shun distractions, in other words, and you should encode events more effectively.
But once the scale changes, it is doubtful that we could encode the resulting complexity in such formalizations.
Writing helped to encode his logic of proper inference from premises expressed in sentences.
To encode a message which may be your last words on earth is not the easiest of tasks.