decode

[ dee-kohd ]SEE DEFINITION OF decode

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECODE

We have received messages, but as yet I have only been partially able to decode them!

Therefore I sat down at the little desk and at once commenced to decode it.

One night he received a telegram in cipher, which he gave me to decode.

What they were recording was so unfamiliar that his brain could not decode the messages they sent.

It's there, my word for it, if we could only decode the thing.

Also, he was hungry, and he did not hurry over his dinner in order to decode it.

Afraid for a moment that you'd be off before we could decode it.

My uncle had only commenced to decode the dispatch when I last saw him.

She used first one method and then another, but she could not decode the brief message.

The Secretary, whose business it was to decode the official telegrams, commenced his task with but languid interest.

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