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Translation of "code" - English-Spanish dictionary

code

noun   /kəʊd/
a set of letters, numbers, or signs that are used instead of ordinary words to keep a message secret clave It was written in code.
UK a set of numbers used at the beginning of a phone number for a particular area prefijo
verb   /kəʊd/
to represent a message in code so that it can only be understood by the person who is meant to receive it cifrar, poner en clave
(Definition of code from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

code

noun /kəud/
a collection of laws or rules código a code of behaviour/behavior.
a (secret) system of words, letters, or symbols código the Morse Code The message was in code We have deciphered the enemy’s code.
a system of symbols etc for translating one type of language into another código There are a number of codes for putting English into a form usable by a computer.
code switching noun
(linguistics) the practice of changing between two or more languages or language varieties, especially within a single conversation Alternancia de Código Code switching occurs when bilinguals substitute a word or phrase from one language with a phrase or word from another language.
(Definition of code from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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