American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that decodes.
- n. A device that decodes a scrambled electronic signal to make it interpretable.
- n. A person who decodes secret messages
- n. A device that decodes a scrambled electronic signal e.g. of a satellite television signal
- n. the kind of intellectual who converts messages from a code to plain text
- n. a machine that converts a coded text into ordinary language
- to decode + -er (Wiktionary)
“USDA is a great nutrient information source, Label Lookup is a super label decoder and Eat Local soon to be an App makes seasonal eating easy.”
“That decoder is really a computer that is used only to receive messages.”
“Use our interactive label decoder to find your way in the murky world of certifications and ingredients.”
“Note that the terms decoder, codec, and filter are somewhat interchangeable.”
“Can you read the text okey? vobsub as subtitle decoder? or a player with built in subtitle decoder?”
“Thanks Vanessa Radnidge, my publisher aka decoder!”
“New computer-based technology has brought model railways into the 21st century with Digital Command Control which enables model trains to be driven just like the real thing, including authentic sound, via a micro-processor known as a decoder which gives each locomotive its independently controllable characteristics.”
“Well, how do we ever live up to the results of the sexy name decoder?”
“Presidential phrase decoder: "Fair Share" means 0% for half of income tax filers.”
“It includes a new teletext subtitles decoder, new flash video decoders and Mac OS X interface improvements.”
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