verb (used with object), en·cod·ed, en·cod·ing.
Words nearby encode
OTHER WORDS FROM encodeen·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 encoding
There is, after all, something hopeful about a future that was smart about encoding our civil liberties.It’s Time to Rewrite the Internet to Give Us Better Privacy, and Security|Lawrence Lessig|June 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Negative encoding, from an advertiser's perspective, is still better than no encoding at all.
“They were nice people,” said Dennis Scarna, an encoding engineer who took a job at the company in 1999.Jennifer Sultan’s Arrest for Gun Running Caps Long Fall From Internet Success|Matthew DeLuca|July 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Literacy only indirectly reflects the encoding of experience in a medium of expression and communication.
Leibniz tried hard to make this language utilizable in all domains of human activity, in encoding laws, scientific results, music.
Encoding hierarchy, some languages place women in a secondary position.