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  • 1 Decipher — Студийный альбом After Forever …

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  • 2 Decipher — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Decipher Álbum de After Forever Publicación 27 de mayo del 2001 Género(s) Gothic Metal y Metal sinfónico …

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  • 3 Decipher — De*ci pher, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deciphered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deciphering}.] [Pref. de + cipher. Formed in imitation of F. d[ e]chiffrer. See {Cipher}.] 1. To translate from secret characters or ciphers into intelligible terms; as, to decipher a …

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  • 4 Decipher — Album par After Forever Sortie 2001 Durée 54:36 Genre Metal gothique Metal symphonique Label Transmission Records …

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  • 5 decipher — index ascertain, clarify, construe (comprehend), construe (translate), detect, elucidate, explain …

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  • 6 decipher — 1520s, from DE (Cf. de ) + CIPHER (Cf. cipher). Perhaps in part a loan translation from M.Fr. déchiffrer …

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  • 7 decipher — vb *solve, resolve, unfold, unravel Analogous words: interpret, construe, elucidate (see EXPLAIN): translate, paraphrase (see corresponding nouns at TRANSLATION) …

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  • 8 decipher — [v] figure out, understand analyze, break, break down, bring out, cipher, construe, crack, decode, deduce, disentangle, dope out, elucidate, encipher, explain, expound, find the key, interpret, make clear, make out, puzzle out, read, render,… …

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  • 9 decipher — ► VERB 1) convert from code into normal language. 2) succeed in understanding (something hard to interpret). DERIVATIVES decipherable adjective decipherment noun …

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  • 10 decipher — [dē sī′fər, disī′fər] vt. [ DE + CIPHER] 1. to translate (a message in cipher or code) into ordinary, understandable language; decode 2. to make out the meaning of (ancient inscriptions, illegible writing, etc.) decipherable adj. decipherment n …

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  • 11 DECIPHER — This article is about the biological database. For other uses, see Decipher (disambiguation). A segment of the human reference genome, viewed using Ensembl with the DECIPHER track enabled. Red bars represent individual mutations for anonymous… …

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  • 12 decipher — UK [dɪˈsaɪfə(r)] / US [dɪˈsaɪfər] verb [transitive] Word forms decipher : present tense I/you/we/they decipher he/she/it deciphers present participle deciphering past tense deciphered past participle deciphered 1) to succeed in reading untidy or… …

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  • 13 decipher — decipherable, adj. decipherability, n. decipherer, n. decipherment, n. /di suy feuhr/, v.t. 1. to make out the meaning of (poor or partially obliterated writing, etc.): to decipher a hastily scribbled note. 2. to discover the meaning of (anything …

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  • 14 decipher — de|ci|pher [ dı saıfər ] verb transitive 1. ) to succeed in reading messy or careless writing: I always wonder how people manage to decipher my doctor s handwriting. a ) to succeed in understanding the meaning of something written in a secret… …

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  • 15 decipher — de•ci•pher [[t]dɪˈsaɪ fər[/t]] v. t. 1) to make out the meaning of (something obscure or difficult to read or understand): I couldn t decipher his handwriting[/ex] 2) crp to interpret by the use of a key, as something written in cipher: to… …

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  • 16 decipher — verb Decipher is used with these nouns as the object: ↑clue, ↑code, ↑meaning, ↑symbol, ↑writing …

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  • 17 decipher — de|ci|pher [dıˈsaıfə US ər] v [T] 1.) to find the meaning of something that is difficult to read or understand →↑indecipherable ▪ She studied the envelope, trying to decipher the handwriting. 2.) to change a message written in a ↑code into… …

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  • 18 decipher — [[t]dɪsa͟ɪfə(r)[/t]] deciphers, deciphering, deciphered VERB If you decipher a piece of writing or a message, you work out what it says, even though it is very difficult to read or understand. [V n] I m still no closer to deciphering the code …

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  • 19 decipher — verb (T) to find the meaning of something that is difficult to read or understand: I can t decipher his handwriting. see also: indecipherable …

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  • 20 decipher — verb 1) he deciphered the code Syn: decode, decrypt, break, work out, solve, interpret, unscramble, translate; make sense of, get to the bottom of, unravel; informal crack, figure out Ant: encode 2) …

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