encode
transitive verb Date: circa 1919 1. a. to convert (as a body of information) from one system of communication into another; especially to convert (a message) into code b. to convey symbolically <
the capacity of poetry to encode ideology — J. D. Niles
>
2. to specify the genetic code for • encoder noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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