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digital

Pronunciation: /ˈdɪdʒətl; ˈdɪdʒɪtl/

Translation of digital in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1 [Computing/Informática] [Electronics/Electrónica] [display/watch/recording] digital
    Example sentences
    • The digital signal is converted back to an analog one when it reaches its destination.
    • The receiving modem translates the analog signals back to digital form.
    • Boxes are required to translate the digital binary code back to analog signals for viewing.
    Example sentences
    • On top of this, this whole situation elevates the issue of computer security and thus Internet technology and the digital world.
    • With technologies merging and the digital revolution moving in, a closer look at movie-making seems timely.
    • Readers have remarked before how some digital technology mavens merely acquire, and never seem to listen to what they hoard.
    Example sentences
    • Is it coincidence that our generation is infatuated with digital watches and clocks?
    • I sink down in my seat, and watch the digital clock on the dashboard count away.
    • They were betting on the temperature displayed on a digital clock across Liberty Street.
  • 2 (relating to fingers) [formal] digital, dactilar
    Example sentences
    • The saphenous sometimes provides the medial dorsal digital nerve to the great toe.
    • Fifteen percent of colorectal cancers can be detected by digital rectal examination.
    • Biopsy rates reflect the intensity of screening with digital rectal examinations as well as prostate specific antigen.

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