- be indecisive；add white noise to (a digital recording) to reduce distortion of low-amplitude signals.
- indecisive behaviour；a state of agitation
verb: dither, 3rd person present: dithers, gerund or present participle: dithering, past tense: dithered, past participle: dithered
- 1. be indecisive I can't bear people who dither he was dithering about the election date
- 2. add white noise to (a digital recording) to reduce distortion of low-amplitude signals.
- ▪ display or print (a colour image) in such a way that it appears to contain more colours than are really available the easiest way to remove hot pixels is to dither the images
- 1. informal indecisive behaviour after months of dither ministers had still not agreed
- 2. a state of agitation all of a dither, he prophesied instant chaos
- be indecisive: he was dithering about the election date
- indecisive behavior: after months of dither they had still not agreed
Oxford American Dictionary