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transcode

Line breaks: trans|code
Pronunciation: /tranzˈkəʊd
 
, trɑːnz-, -ns-/

Definition of transcode in English:

verb

[with object]
Convert (language or information) from one form of coded representation to another: the Korean letters could not be transcoded phonologically
More example sentences
  • In the triple-code model, after input is transcoded in to the appropriate internal representation, number processing proceeds independently of the input format.
  • Yes, their burning desire to prevent customers from using CDs on their PCs or transcoding the content to MP3 for use on portable media players looks set to cost them a small fortune.
  • If coupled with format transcoding software, that would allow consumers to buy from any service and play the results on any hardware, which is what buyers want.

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