English version

cypher in Communications topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcyphercy‧pher /ˈsaɪfə $ -ər/ noun [countable, uncountable]  TCanother spelling of cipher
Examples from the Corpus
cypherHe's brilliantly funny, there's nothing there, he's a cypher.Some of it explicit, the rest hidden teasingly away - cyphers within cyphers - as if for his eyes alone.It is one of eight in the Dolls' House, all worked with royal cyphers and the great orders of chivalry.The King's cypher on the left-hand door of the Vauxhall.Those differences formed the basis of the cypher.