digital[ dij-i-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF digital
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Digital photography can be networked and endowed with dynamic qualities.
All that will be needed is access to digital processing, not to the digital engine.
Are they replaced by the computer, the Internet browser, and digital television?
This digital edition is being made available in two versions.
It is the brain side of the study not the digital or the manual.
I have found some people to whom the digital effluvium appears as blue.
In calculating the addenda of bills she frequently had recourse to digital aid.
If the piles do not appear, a digital examination should be made.
This is especially true in the arts where digital skill is concerned.
These are the three aspects: the palmar, dorsal and digital.
1650s, "pertaining to fingers," from Latin digitalis, from digitus (see digit). Meaning "using numerical digits" is from 1938, especially of computers after c.1945; in reference to recording or broadcasting, from 1960. Related: Digitize.