American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To put (a message, for example) into code.
- v. Computer Science To format (electronic data) according to a standard format.
- v. Genetics To specify the genetic code for (a protein molecule, for example).
- v. To convert plain text into code.
- v. communication To convert source information into another form.
- v. convert information into code
“You have that part where DNA is "decoded" (transcription-translation) into RNA and protein, but you missed that part where RNA and protein "encode" DNA (reverse transcription-translation).”
“The idea that some terms encode a male worldview is initially a puzzling one.”
“It’s not about HD. 480 lines and a decent encode is enough.”
“The encode is a little spotty at times, with minor compression elements, but on the whole, this is a stellar standard definition presentation.”
“I'd love to simply download legal non-RIAA music, but too many artist and labels encode at low bitrates.”
“Prairie dog alarm calls encode labels about predator colors.”
“* 2 clicks - 'load file' and 'encode' - ipod compatible defaults.”
“An arguable point, depending on what one means by "encode".”
“The job of the hippocampus appears to be to "encode" experiences so they can be stored as long-term memories elsewhere in the brain.”
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