Associations to the word «Digital»
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DIGITAL, adjective. Having to do with digits (fingers or toes); performed with a finger.
DIGITAL, adjective. Property of representing values as discrete, usually binary, numbers rather than a continuous spectrum.
DIGITAL, adjective. Of or relating to computers or the Information Age.
DIGITAL, noun. (finance) A digital option.
DIGITAL BROWNSHIRT, noun. (slang) (US) (derogatory) A right-wing blogger.
DIGITAL BROWNSHIRTS, noun. Plural of digital brownshirt
DIGITAL CAMERA, noun. An electronic, often battery-powered device for recording and storing photographs in digital format, especially on a flash card.
DIGITAL CAMERAS, noun. Plural of digital camera
DIGITAL CERTIFICATE, noun. (computing) a public key certificate
DIGITAL COMMONS, noun. Digital property, often but not necessarily in the public domain, especially intellectual property, when expressed and reproduced using digital formats.
DIGITAL COMMONS, noun. A repository of digital materials and other intellectual property.
DIGITAL COMPUTER, noun. A computing device (computer) that processes signals that change in discrete, quantized, steps; as opposed to an analog computer.
DIGITAL COMPUTERS, noun. Plural of digital computer
DIGITAL CONVERTER BOX, noun. A set-top box that processes digital signals for an analogue television set.
DIGITAL CONVERTER BOXES, noun. Plural of digital converter box
DIGITAL DIVIDE, noun. The gap between those with regular, effective access to digital technologies and those without.
DIGITAL DIVIDES, noun. Plural of digital divide
DIGITAL ERA, proper noun. The historical period characterized by the existence of digital technology.
DIGITAL EXHAUST, noun. Information created by a person using the Internet
DIGITAL EXHAUST, noun. Consumer data gathered from Internet use or other digital activities and used for commercial purposes
DIGITAL FOOTPRINT, noun. Digital evidence of a person's activities and interactions with others on the Internet, TV, mobile devices, etc.
DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS, noun. Plural of digital footprint
DIGITAL FORENSICS, noun. (forensics) The analysis of digital media to detect forgery or manipulation.
DIGITAL GOOD, noun. An intangible good sold through the internet such as a software license, e-book, or serial number.
DIGITAL GOODS, noun. Plural of digital good
DIGITAL GRAFFITI, noun. Internet version of conventional graffiti. Changes to the content of websites by unauthorized persons.
DIGITAL INCEPTION, noun. (marketing) A set of marketing techniques, using creativity, analytical thinking and social metrics, used for digital promotion of an idea, message, or concept.
DIGITAL LIBRARY, noun. A library in which collections are stored in digital formats (as opposed to print, microform, or other media) and accessible by computers; a type of information retrieval system.
DIGITAL MEDIA, noun. Media stored in digital rather than analog form
DIGITAL MEDIAS, noun. Plural of digital media
DIGITAL NATIVE, noun. A person who has grown up in an environment saturated with digital means of information, making it difficult for them to learn by the traditional teaching methods which they find boring.
DIGITAL OVERHEAD, noun. A document camera.
DIGITAL PAPER, noun. Patterned paper used in conjunction with a digital pen to create handwritten digital documents.
DIGITAL PIANO, noun. (musical instruments) A type of lightweight piano which reproduces the sound of a standard piano by electronic means. The keys are designed to feel like the keys of a real piano, and many are built to resemble one also.
DIGITAL PR, noun. The act of public relations expanded out to include digital mediums such as social media, online newspapers, e-magazines, smartphone applications, and other digital platforms.
DIGITAL PRESS, noun. (printing) A high speed industrial digital printer used in digital printing.
DIGITAL PRESSES, noun. Plural of digital press
DIGITAL REMASTERING, noun. A process of creating a digital master from existing analog recordings
DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT, noun. (computing) (Internet) Schema to determine what an end user can do with a digital file by the copyright holder.
DIGITAL SERVICE PROVIDER, noun. (Internet) A company that provides an outlet to distribute media online. Examples are iTunes and Amazon.
DIGITAL SIGNAL, noun. A signal that only takes discrete values (contrasted to an analog signal that can take continuously varying values).
DIGITAL SIGNALS, noun. Plural of digital signal
DIGITAL STILL CAMERA, noun. (electronics) A digital camera. Abbreviated DSC
DIGITAL STILL CAMERAS, noun. Plural of digital still camera
DIGITAL STIMULATION, noun. (medicine) A method of stimulating a bowel movement by inserting a gloved finger into the rectum.
DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE, noun. A family of technologies that provides digital data transmission over the wires of a local telephone network. Often, this notion is used for the Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL), the most commonly installed technical variety of DSL.
DIGITAL TARGET, noun. (aviation) A computer-generated symbol representing an aircraft's position, based on a primary return or radar beacon reply, shown on a digital display.
DIGITAL TARGETS, noun. Plural of digital target
DIGITAL TELEVISION, noun. (uncountable) The broadcasting and receiving of television services via digital (rather than analog) signals, either broadcast, or via cable or satellite.
DIGITAL TELEVISION, noun. (countable) A television set that is capable of handling such signals.
DIGITAL TELEVISIONS, noun. Plural of digital television
DIGITAL VIDEO, noun. An inexpensive, high-quality video format used by both consumers and professionals.
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER, noun. (television) a personal video recorder
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS, noun. Plural of digital video recorder
DIGITAL WATCH, noun. A watch, usually electronic, that displays time in the form of numbers, rather than by a dial and hands.
DIGITAL WATERMARK, noun. (computing) Auxiliary data embedded in a datafile for subsequent identification and verification of the file.
DIGITAL WEAPON, noun. A weapon composed of malware-type software used in cyberwarfare
DIGITAL WEAPONS, noun. Plural of digital weapon
DIGITAL, adjective. Displaying numbers rather than scale positions; "digital clock"; "digital readout".
DIGITAL, adjective. Relating to or performed with the fingers; "digital examination".
DIGITAL, adjective. Of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits; "digital computer".
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