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encode in Linguistics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishencodeen‧code /ɪnˈkəʊd $ -ˈkoʊd/ verb [transitive]  SLto put a message or other information into code opp decode, decipher→ See Verb table
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encodeInstead, they are culturally encoded.A type of scanner which can encode characters on a page and store them electronically.A month later Salmon confidently handed the code clerk a number of messages encoded in an entirely new system.In a system that encodes information in terms of patterns of activity information processing could be going on without a net increase in metabolism.Tense, therefore, can be deictic in as much as it can be used to encode specific temporal relations with respect to the encoder.It encodes the overthrow of the Goddess-centered world.The genes encoding the protein are packaged such that the encoded protein is displayed on the outside of the package.Once deposited, checks must be electronically encoded with the dollar amount.