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Translation of "decode" - English-Spanish dictionary

decode

verb   /diːˈkəʊd/
to discover the meaning of information given in a secret or complicated way descodificar, descifrar Decoding the paintings is not difficult once you know what the component parts symbolize. →  Compare encode 11941121
specialized language to understand the meaning of a word or phrase in a foreign language in the correct way interpretar Grammatical information helps learners to decode sentences.11941121
(Definition of decode from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

decode

verb /diːˈkoud/
to translate (a coded message) into ordinary understandable language descodificar The machine was capable of decoding enemy communications.
decoder noun
a piece of electronic equipment that can change electronic signals into something understandable such as pictures and sound on a television Descodificador a satellite decoder.
(Definition of decode from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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