Need another word that means the same as “encode”? Find 2 synonyms and 30 related words for “encode” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Encode” are: encoded, coded
Encode as a Verb
Definitions of "Encode" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “encode” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Convert (information or an instruction) into a particular form.
- Convert into a coded form.
- (of a gene) be responsible for producing (a substance or behaviour.
- Convert information into code.
Synonyms of "Encode" as a verb (2 Words)
|coded||Convert ordinary language into code.|
|encoded||Convert information into code.|
Usage Examples of "Encode" as a verb
- Using this technique makes it possible to encode and transmit recorded video information.
- This is the gene that encodes the yeast mating type protein.
- Encode pictures digitally.
- Such distortions can damage the genes encoding for the proteins that suppress tumor growth.
- The amount of time required to encode a wav file to mp3 format.
Associations of "Encode" (30 Words)
|authenticate||Prove or show (something) to be true, genuine, or valid.|
It only accepts commands from users who have authenticated as clients.
|binary||The binary system of notation.|
A binary star is a system in which two stars revolve around each other.
|breaking||The act of breaking something.|
|cipher||A secret method of writing.|
He wrote cryptic notes in a cipher.
|code||Be the genetic code for an amino acid or protein.|
One pair of homologous chromosomes codes for eye colour.
|codify||Arrange according to a plan or system.|
This would codify existing intergovernmental cooperation on drugs.
|coding||Functioning as the genetic code or determiner for an amino acid, protein, or characteristic.|
|computing||The use or operation of computers.|
Developments in mathematics and computing.
|cryptogram||A symbol or figure with secret or occult significance.|
|cryptography||The art of writing or solving codes.|
|decipher||Convert (a text written in code, or a coded signal) into normal language.|
Visual signals help us decipher what is being communicated.
|decode||A translation of a coded message.|
He put down the phone and decoded the message.
|encrypt||Convert ordinary language into code.|
The password cannot be broken as it is encrypted in the hardware.
|encryption||The activity of converting data or information into code.|
I use encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online.
|entomb||Bury or trap within something.|
Many people died most entombed in collapsed buildings.
|factorize||(with reference to a number) resolve or be resolvable into factors.|
All matrices can be factorized.
|firewall||Protect a network or system from unauthorized access with a firewall.|
A firewalled network.
|hash||Make meat or other food into a hash.|
They met during the day to hash out the campaign s reaction to the controversy.
|indecipherable||Not able to be read or understood.|
An indecipherable message.
|lock||Go through a lock on a canal.|
The door will automatically lock behind you.
|mausoleum||A stately or impressive building housing a tomb or group of tombs.|
The cathedral was built in 1517 as a royal mausoleum.
|mnemonic||Of or relating to or involved the practice of aiding the memory.|
|password||A secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group.|
Each user has a password in order to log on to the network.
|remember||Recapture the past; indulge in memories.|
Remember me to Charlie.
|reminiscence||The process of remembering (especially the process of recovering information by mental effort.|
His story made me smile in reminiscence.
|secret||Given in confidence or in secret.|
He tried to keep his drinking a secret.
|underground||An underground railway especially the one in London.|
|underneath||Partly or wholly concealed by a garment.|
Paint was peeling off in flakes to reveal greyish plaster underneath.
He unlocked the door to his room.
|zero||Adjust as by firing under test conditions the zero of a gun.|
The rifle had been zeroed at an elevation of 200.