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  1. code

    • IPA[kōd]

    美式

    • n.
      a system of words, letters, figures, or other symbols substituted for other words, letters, etc., especially for the purposes of secrecy;a system of signals, such as sounds, light flashes, or flags, used to send messages
    • v.
      convert (the words of a message) into a particular code in order to convey a secret meaning;express the meaning of (a statement or communication) in an indirect or euphemistic way
    • verb: code, 3rd person present: codes, gerund or present participle: coding, past tense: coded, past participle: coded

    • noun: code, plural noun: codes

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    • 1. convert (the words of a message) into a particular code in order to convey a secret meaning only Mitch knew how to read the message—even the name was coded
    • express the meaning of (a statement or communication) in an indirect or euphemistic way they code their language when talking to the general public
    • assign a code to (something) for purposes of classification, analysis, or identification she coded the samples and sent them down for dissection
    • 2. write code for (a computer program) most developers code C + + like C I no longer actively code in PHP
    • 3. specify the genetic sequence for (an amino acid or protein) genes that code for human growth hormone
    • be the genetic determiner of (a characteristic) one pair of homologous chromosomes codes for eye color
    • n.
      the process of assigning a code to something for classification or identification: the forms are checked and returned to the census officer for coding a coding system
    • adj.
      functioning as the genetic code or determiner for an amino acid, protein, or characteristic: a coding region in human DNA

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the process of assigning a code to something for classification or identification: the forms are checked and returned to the census officer for coding a coding system
    • adj.
      functioning as the genetic code or determiner for an amino acid, protein, or characteristic: a coding region in human DNA

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      converted into a code to convey a secret meaning: secret coded messages

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      converted into a code to convey a secret meaning: secret coded messages

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      any of various numbers used to direct data, documents, or merchandise, including.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an alphabet or code in which letters are represented by combinations of long and short signals ... it transmits a signal of continuous dashes in Morse
    • v.
      signal (something) using Morse code: he started Morsing instructions to the other pilot

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      (of airlines) enter into a commercial arrangement whereby one sells seats on a flight operated ... the two airlines will code-share on flights between the two countries
    • n.
      a commercial arrangement beween two airlines whereby one sells seats on a flight operated by ... they're doing a code-share with Air India code-share flights

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      (of airlines) enter into a commercial arrangement whereby one sells seats on a flight operated ... the two airlines will code-share on flights between the two countries
    • n.
      a commercial arrangement beween two airlines whereby one sells seats on a flight operated by ... they're doing a code-share with Air India code-share flights

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[kəʊd]

    英式

    • n.
      a system of words, letters, figures, or symbols used to represent others, especially for the ... the Americans cracked their diplomatic code messages written in code
    • v.
      convert (the words of a message) into a code so as to convey a secret meaning: only Mitch knew how to read the message—even the name was coded

    Oxford Dictionary